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The place to discuss the health of your waterfowl.
Please remember the advice offered by people should not constitute a diagnosis and does not replace the advice of a qualified vet.
- Newcomer / Hatchling
- Posts: 1
- Joined: Sun Jan 19, 2014 1:25 am
Hi, wondering if anyone can help. I recently incubated and hatched 4 indian runner ducks -3 females and one male. All
Healthy and happy. However, when I tried separating the male from the females they became
Incredibly distressed and vocal and wouldn't calm down. Is this normal behaviour when they are separated from the
Male and will they eventually calm down?
Any thoughts appreciated. Anne.
- Regular Forum Contributor / Laying Well
- Posts: 864
- Joined: Mon Jul 18, 2011 10:37 am
Sorry I have only just seen this, what was the outcome? And yes any group hate being segregated. May I ask why you wanted to separate him?