Wild Duck Care
Wild ducks are a beautiful addition to the aviary. They can be exhibited at a poultry show. You can breed them and hatch your own ducklings. You can simply keep wild ducks for pleasure.
What do I feed my wild duck?
Ducks are omnivores, meaning they eat and forage for both meats and plants. In...
Posted by Tyler Danke
on May 4, 2012 in Chickens
, Game Fowl
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Think of the iconic barnyard rooster: brightly colored, standing tall and alert, curved tail flowing behind him. That’s the Old English Game. They, and other related European gamefowl, are among the oldest Western chicken breeds. They share the distinction with the Dorking, the Spanish group and the...
Natural incubation keeps a backyard flock going. The hen gets broody, the rooster does his job, she lays her eggs and sets on them, and 21 days later, she emerges with chirping chicks.
A hen is broody when she insists on setting on the nest. She won’t get up, even if you lift her out. She fluff her...
People are usually ready to share their opinions, whether asked or not. Well, when the topic is the dubbing of game birds for exhibition, people have strong opinions!
What Is Dubbing?
Dubbing is the practice of cutting off the comb, wattle and earlobes of chickens.
Currently, game roosters entered into...