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close this bookBetter Farming Series 39. Raising Ducks 1: How to Begin (FAO, 1990, 73 p.)
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View the documentAfter you get your ducks

How to choose good ducks

108. It is best to choose your ducks from a place where you can see them before you buy them. If you watch them carefully you will be able to see the difference between healthy, strong ducks and sick, weak ducks.

109. If a duck looks well, has well- shaped legs, feet, wings, back and head, and if it moves about well, it is probably a good duck to buy.


A duck that looks well and stands and moves well, is a good duck to buy