What could be a better Easter or Spring treat than hatching your own ducklings or chicks! If you’re ready for a fresh batch of babies, head out to the coop and start collecting. These tips will ensure you have the best start to your incubating adventure.
A while back, I wrote a beginner’s introduction to the esoteric secrets of Duck Math. However, I must now admit that I was holding something back. Something essential. I’m now […]
There, I said it. You’ve heard the little inspirational quote about how serene a duck looks on the surface, but underneath he’s paddling like hell. It’s supposed to mean that […]
I know you’ve been wondering, ever since reading my post about it, whether duck poop can be converted into anything other than salad. So I checked with the local vegetation […]
Cleaning out the duck pen is a stinky, sweaty, muddy spring job. But it stinks a lot less when you can make the labor do double duty, by converting that […]
The March issue of Grit, a national rural living magazine with a 100+ year history, will contain an article I wrote about ducks as a productive addition to the backyard […]
Tell people you raise chickens, and most of the time they’ll ask if you have eggs they can buy. Tell people you raise ducks, and they say… “Why?” For cultural […]