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There are loads of different squashes. I have never tried but my neighbours who have an amazing veg.plot grow them outside by the dozen. I would do a bit of googling.
They love other food apart from sweetcorn. Mine loved lettuce, defrosted peas, porridge oats. Unless they are small ducks, ie. Mallard size, I doubt if they will fly off.
If I remember rightly and it is their first moult, it will be around 4-6months. The ducks will lay (drakes don't!!!!!!!), You will have to be careful as 1 duck to 1 drake is seriously tough on the duck. Drakes have no finesse when it comes to b onking and he will ravage the duck, she will go through...
When you say might be one of each do you mean duck/drake? Ducks quack and drakes don't. I always noticed that drakes tail feather tends to curl inwards. I love ducks but oh so messy.
Have you tried turning round and going back the direction you have come for a number of steps. All jolly and that + plus tasty treats ie : mature cheddar cut into tiny pieces, when you turn back.
That is what I used to do with my Goldie....she was a cheeky monkey for planting her feet.
I am so sad to read this. I know what it is like to lose your last pet. I promised myself "no more" and have stuck to that, it has been hard but still do my home boarding for dogs.
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