How to Raise Ducks for Fun And Profit Buying-Breeding and Care

How to Raise Ducks for Fun And Profit Buying-Breeding and Care

by James Wright

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During the initial weeks that ducklings come into the world, they look so cute and people can't stand not to look at them. In the beginning, they don't do much of anything except eat, sleep and poop, just like human infants do.
As they get older, their feathers start to appear and they don't look too much like the adorable darlings that first came on the scene. They grow very quickly and within a matter of weeks, it's time for them to have larger housing.
Since a duck is very delicate, they can are not to be tossed around like a toy. They cannot be pushed to the side just because you don't feel like spending time with them. If that's the case, then don't get one.
They cannot be sent out in the wild where they can roam free. Domestic ducks are raised in captivity and have been for a long time. Therefore, they cannot fly because their legs are not strong enough.
They cannot fly to food elsewhere when food for the winter is not available. If they don't have anyone to take care of them, they will not survive. Some people who don't know what they're doing, will feed them the wrong foods, such as nuts and chocolate. Doing this will help them to leave this earth quicker.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013130388
Publisher: unique5stardeals
Publication date: 11/27/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 862,972
File size: 169 KB

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