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  1. Corey L Jacobs
    Corey L Jacobs · December 1, 2020 at 21:22:45 · →

    Does anyone have any info on black swans having young ones in the beginning of winter. Should i remove them or can they survive with the parents over winter?
    Any info would be appreciated, thank you

  2. Shannon Mock
    Shannon Mock · August 5, 2021 at 10:22:23 · →

    Hi Cliff,
    I know this response is late, but I”m assuming that if it’s “in-season” for the Swans to breed and hatch, it’ll be good enough weather for them to thrive with their Momma. Your climate will make a huge difference and since I don’t know that for sure, I cant give an exact answer. However, Swans will mate and breed within their own season and this usually won’t happen if the weather is too harsh. Collecting the offspring and raising them in a controlled environment is sure to be more successful but I think that, barring predators, the mama Swan should be able to provide adequately for the hatchlings.

  3. Bo
    Bo · March 8, 2022 at 15:42:32 · →

    Is there a safe pesticide that you would recommend to use are quail and chickens to help with the biting flies

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