Duck Keeping Guide Ken Smythe

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Duck Keeping Guide  by  Ken Smythe

Duck Keeping Guide by Ken Smythe
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Have you ever given any thought to raising ducks? Many urban families have begun raising chickens in the back yard but have by-passed adding ducks to the mix.There seems to be an impression that ducks are more difficult to keep than chickens. WhileMoreHave you ever given any thought to raising ducks? Many urban families have begun raising chickens in the back yard but have by-passed adding ducks to the mix.There seems to be an impression that ducks are more difficult to keep than chickens.

While we arent sure how that myth came to be we can debunk it.Ducks are every bit as simple to raise as chickens. And, have you ever had a fresh egg? We mean a really fresh egg, one that is still warm from the duck! Duck eggs are also usually larger than chicken eggs.Eating a fresh duck egg is an experience everyone should enjoy. A fresh egg looks like it was fried in one of those metal rings because it doesnt spread across the pan. They are generally more colorful as well with a yolk so bright it almost sits up and salutes you.The only way to get them this fresh is to grow your own.

With more folks than ever concentrating on that philosophy of self-sufficiency raising your own ducks for eggs and meat is a solid course of action.And, if you are one of those people who do your own vegetable gardening ducks can be a real asset. They eat harmful insects that try to infiltrate your garden without having to resort to harsh chemical pesticides.Ducks do not need much space and little maintenance. Were you born on a farm or a ranch? Most suburbanites havent either. All you need is a little bit of guidance. Where do you get that kind of knowledge?

Well, if you are serious, our handy little guide called Your Duck Keeping Guide is written just for you.Some of the best parts are . . .You don’t need any special animal husbandry experience. It’s very easy to read and understand.It doesn’t require much time to get the basics you need – You can start planning as soon as you’ve read the guide.Cost is minimal – Once you’ve discovered what you need to get started you’ll find it’s a real bargain!It has everything you need to know in order to begin raising your own ducks:What your community will and wont allowFinding out how your neighbors may reactHow to house the ducksWhat to feed your ducksAnd much more!



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