Are Ducks the New Chickens?

Maybe you or someone you know keeps chickens. But what about raising ducks? Duck eggs are tasty, ducks are social creatures, and ducklings are as cute as can be.

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Nesting boxes should only be large enough for one female duck. Line them with soft material such as straw, hay or pine shavings. If the female duck isn’t comfortable, she may look elsewhere for a place to nest.

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