How to raise ducks in your backyard, start to finish

These two videos is almost an hour and a half of raising ducks from a few days old until 6 months old. I go through everything from having a water container to keep the brooder cleaner to building a duck coop outside using hardware cloth and tarps. Through it all, I really enjoyed raising ducks, although they are really, really loud!! In the future I will probably raise some Muscovy ducks which make no sounds. If you want to order the same products I used in this video, see the links below.
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Want to buy what I used in the video? See below!

Lightbulb fixture for brooding Chickens / Ducks:
Reptile bulb – Safer way to keep your chickens / ducks heated than the traditional red bulbs-
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Long feed tray – better than a circle feeder where they can bunch up:
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Water dispenser that will give them enough water for the day:
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3ft x 50ft ½” hardware cloth for building the coop:
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12ft x 16ft Brown Tarp to keep the coop dry:
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Concrete mixing tray, durable water container for when they are moved into their coop, big enough that they can clear their nostrils.
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Compost Worms

Compost Worm Bin, feeding your Compost Worms

We are located right outside West Seattle, order your compost worms and pick them up today.

Another video in the Compost Worm series on what to feed your compost worms. What a basic or large worm bin will look like, and how to find free compost worm food locally for free.

I pickup on a regular basis, bags of coffee grounds from Starbucks. I’ll spread this out on the worm bin, a good size bag will be about 30lbs and can feed your worms for quite a while.