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No.  1 Date: 2013-10-13 13:55

Name: Jan and Jim Muse

We want to express our deepest sympathy for the death of Phyllis. The Bible says of the Almighty God that he is a God, not of the dead, but of the living, for they are all living to him> Luke 20:37,38. Our thought are with you.

No.  2 Date: 2006-03-14 02:21

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No.  4 Date: 2003-03-14 23:53

Name: Lucas

You can try to incubate and hatch eggs in a crocemmial incubator, but I think as a novice duck owner, you'll be happier with your outcome (and save some energy and expense) if you just order ducklings. You would need either a willing and broody hen duck or an incubator to hatch fertilized eggs. Hatch rate is dependent on how well the necessary range of heat, humidity and proper care of the eggs prior to hatch.Ducklings don't wean ducklings and chicks are pretty independent creatures, and will go for food and water as soon as they are dried off and mobile from hatching.Basic care of new ducklings includes setting up a proper brood pen (250 watt heat lamp, maintaining temperatures, preventing drafts). Bed them on pine shavings (we've used rolled oats as well, which are very absorbent and will sometimes be eaten).We use a good starter chick feed and some duck feed mixed in for ours. I give them a *SMALL* waterer that they can't splash in. Domestic ducklings that are still in their baby down (fuzz) don't need to swim and play in water, and for some breeds, it actually prevents good adult plumage from developing. Keep young ducklings dry and warm. The market for ducks depends on what breed and what area you're in. Some people sell theirs as meat birds. Call ducks often go as pets, and we raise khaki campbells, which are primarily a laying breed. I sell some ducks but have had better luck selling their eggs. Find out what market there is before you invest in a huge flock and are stuck with 100 muscovies or something.Also, before you order your eggs or birds, get set up with your supplies and equipment and get yourself a copy of Storey's Guide to Raising Ducks. It will be a great reference manual for any questions you have about breeding, housing, health, etc.breed and show ducks and poultry

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Name: Ryna

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