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Anonymous asked in PetsBirds · 1 decade ago

Buying ducklings from Tractor Supply Company?

what part of the year does TSC sell ducklings?

5 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    i'm not sure what tractor supply company is, but know that feed stores (where you buy feed for animals such as chickens) are currently selling baby ducklings. we get our baby ducks from a local feed store.

    hope i was some what of a help.

    Source(s): have baby ducks.
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    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Does Tractor Supply Sell Ducks

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

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    Buying ducklings from Tractor Supply Company?

    what part of the year does TSC sell ducklings?

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  • 1 decade ago

    Many feed stores sell ducklings so why not a tractor supply place?

    Be sure you have a set up ready for them before you bring them home.

    Google - raising baby ducks.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Usually in the early Spring.

    Ducklings are cute when they're babies, but when they grow up, it's completely different.

    They are about 6 times harder to care for than the average dog. They also require a predator proof pin and clean housing.

    You have to change their water A LOT! They pour all of it out and try to play in it.

    There feces are pretty foul too(no pun intended) and they'll play in them before you clean it out.

    Oh, and the feed for ducks is very difficult to find and costs a lot. (NEVER give them bread)

    Unless you want to sell your soul, don't get ducks!

    Source(s): Experience, MUCH experience
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