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muscovy duck sitting on chicken eggs (3 messages)
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TONY11
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my Muscovy is sitting on her eggs, but when she gets up to stretch the chickens are laying their eggs in her nest.i try to get chicken eggs out but just upset her and I'm afraid she will quit laying...any suggestions
7/5/2016 2:04 PM report abuse

JULIO G
Score: 4
july395454@gmail.com
ALPAUGH, CA
Try to make a new nest site for her. Every time she try to nest on the duck nest put her in the new nest site. Ducks will hatch chicken eggs so if u don't remove the chicken eggs they will hatch.
7/10/2016 9:24 PM report abuse

PATRICES
Score: 34
KALISPELL, MT
Survived our first winter in Montana. Girls did well even when it got to -22.
I had the opposite happening, a chicken hatching out duck eggs. Yes, some of the hens laid their eggs in that nest every day. Yes, she got a bit upset when I moved her, however, that never stopped her from going back and sitting that nest. In fact I would put her outside each day when I checked for eggs so she would get something to eat and drink. The brooding instinct took over. She hatched out 6 lovely ducklings. I separated her and the ducklings from the other hens. When the ducklings were 5 days old I sold them. The next day the hen was fine and stopped being broody.
7/11/2016 12:15 AM report abuse