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The Joy of Duck Eggs!

My ducks do NOT have a predictable laying season. My chickens function like clockwork - they kick into high gear in mid-March, grow their productiveness until May, and then as the heat kicks in, they slow down, they start to molt in August and September, dropping their production and in mid-October, practically come to a halt for the winter. My ducks - they do what they want. I've tried to attribute it to weather, to stress, to flock interruptions. Nah. They do what they want. Respect their authority. In past years they have laid well in the fall, or through the whole winter. This year, they are mimicking the chickens, and started to lay like crazy in March, and are continuing to do so. I h

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