Goslings and Roen ducklings

The picture is not very good, but you can still see the difference in size of a duckling and a gosling.

The picture is not very good, but you can still see the difference in size of a duckling and a gosling.

 

Goslings in there new home.

Goslings in there new home.

Roen ducklings in there new home.

Roen ducklings in there new home.

After a couple of hours, this kids realized that they had to change the feeders for a couple of days to egg cartons.  For a few days until they get use to eating, then they can go back to the regular feeders.

Did you know that poultry can go 24 hours with out food after hatching, because the yoke in the egg is their first day of good.  That is why they can be shipped.  Usually on a Monday or Tuesday, so they are not in a post office over the weekend.

Next month we will be getting turkeys.  Geese and turkeys are new projects for us.

What is your favorite animal?  And have you ever had one of your own?

 

 


Comments

Goslings and Roen ducklings — 7 Comments

    • Hi Sarah,
      Thank you for stopping by. Rooster can be trouble in town. I like seeing baby chicks coming out once a year. Looking forward to talking with you more.

    • Thank you for stopping by. We do not ship ducks — we get them through the mail. If they don’t arrive in less then two days they tend to die. These look healthy and they will most likely live.

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