|Better Farming Series 39. Raising Ducks 1: How to Begin (FAO, 1990, 73 p.)|
117. The legs or wings of a duck can easily be hurt or even broken. So, never grab a duck by the legs or the wings.
118. To catch a duck, grasp it firmly but gently at the base of the neck.
119. You can also catch a duck by holding its wings against its sides with one hand on each side of its body and a thumb over each wing.
120. After you have caught a duck, slide one hand under its body and hold its legs firmly.
121. Then you can rest the body of the duck on the lower part of your arm and carry it easily.
122. If you have to move a duck from place to place, you can carry it in a basket or a crate with a cover.
123. First, tie the legs of the duck together. Then put it gently inside and put on the cover to keep the duck from getting out.