Raising Ducks : Backyardpoultrymag.com

February 7, 2013

Keeping chickens, turkeys, geese, ducks, or even small scale livestock can be rewarding and even lucrative if you do it on your smallholdings, but it is wise to learn how to do it the right way. Perhaps you have been seeking information online regarding Raising ducks when you found our Backyard Poultry Mag, and if so we have everything you will ever need in information you can use. Raising ducks is not a lot different from chickens, though they do have specific needs and illnesses that must be treated. Duck meat is a delicacy in many restaurants, and even duck eggs are said to contain more protein and goodness than chicken eggs. Duck feathers and down are popular for use in superior hypoallergenic pillows, all options you get when Raising ducks if you do it for money.

Learn about Raising ducks in the Muscovy breed one of the hardiest, most adaptable breed of duck which originated in South America. Backyard Poultry Mag invites you read an example article about Raising ducks in this breed, and some other features to show you that subscribing is really worth it if you want to enjoy your poultry to the maximum. Although Raising ducks can be done for monetary gain, they also become great pets, and even become quite tame because they are far more intelligent than what most people give ducks credit for. If you have a bug problem on your smallholding, then you can let ducks roam free if their wings are clipped because their staple diet is bugs, worms maggots and other insects which they will take great effort to dig out and search for.

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