A pet duck might not seem as loving, useful or intelligent as a pet like a dog or a cat, so should you have one in your house? Can they receive the loving care of a domestic animal and if they can, will they love you back? Ducks’ traits and personalities Ducks are very social […]
There are many different reasons to own ducks on your farm or in your backyard. Learn about the best and most popular duck breeds for you!
Ducks and geese might be beautiful breeds of poultry, but they’re also very useful. They’re excellent foragers who will protect your farm and garden!
Backyard ducks are now legal in Huntington, New York, thanks to two poultry loving enthusiasts. Learn more about the situation here!
Ducks are more than just cute and goofy farm animals. Garden ducks can provide extremely valuable protection for your garden and plants.
As ducklings mature to about 8 weeks of age, their care demands will change such that they need access to water and will require more space.
For the most part, pet ducks have been bred to the point of where they can’t really fly away. Smaller breeds may still be able to jump pretty high though!
Do duck get along with other pets? To put it briefly…not really. While they can be valuable contributors to the farm, they often don’t mix with others.
Ducks don’t strike most people as winter animals. That being said, they’re extremely hardy. With proper preparation, you can raise ducks in the winter.
One inevitable question you’ll encounter before raising ducks is “how do I house my pet duck?” Well here are some tips on what to do!
Duck feed comes in a variety of different forms, protein levels and whatnot. Knowing your flock is the first step in getting them the right feed!
So you are the proud new owner of some rare and beautiful ducklings. Here’s ten tips for raising ducklings to help get you started!