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Hi! Yep! Pretty normal with the breeds that are bred for continuous laying. Watch out for issues with their reproductive system as they can suffer quite badly when they don’t get a break. Hopefully they should stop when they molt (but they don’t always molt)
I must have fallen for that sale tactic before as I seem to have 6 domestic drakes of my own, all of whom have to be separated for 6 months of the year. I am an expert drake juggler!
Hi! Firstly... I WANT HIM!!! What a cute little duckling! Seems they have a wonderful life with you. What breed is he? It could well be that he just has developmental issues which could be related to a number of things. The extra vitamins will certainly help him, brewers yeast on his food will also ...
- Tue Sep 10, 2019 2:47 pm
- Forum: Waterfowl Forum
- Topic: Ducklings and chickens together?
- Replies: 5
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Hi I would wait until the ducklings are fully feathered and then watch very carefully as chickens can be quite mean to ducks, even fully grown ones and can give them a really good pecking. All depends on the individual personalities of the chickens really