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  1. #21
    Join Date
    Aug. 30, 2001
    Purcellville, VA


    Mine are tame enough that I would clip their wings if they decided to fly over. But an under $100 solution that is minimal labor and inconvenience was not bad for a barn.

  2. #22
    Join Date
    Jan. 2, 2009


    Try giving them a low three sided shelter down by the pond and feed them in it. Works for my ducks.

  3. #23
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    Sep. 29, 2009


    Quote Originally Posted by Bacardi1 View Post
    The basic difference between the two terms is that "wild" is a species that is & always has been "wild" - think bobcat, zebras, etc.; "feral" is something that is/was domesticated, but has become established in the wild - think "feral" domestic cats, "feral" hog populations, etc.
    Thanks! Makes sense.

  4. #24
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    Jan. 26, 2006
    Fort Worth, Texas


    Quote Originally Posted by carolprudm View Post

    border collie or an australian shepherd would enjoy working with the ducks

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