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Old 10-08-2013, 06:07 PM
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Go to Countrywide Stores,chicken crumb is what I fed my Aylesbury ducks on,but,can't remember which food.Some chick crumb is medicated,and,not suitable for call ducks,others are not medicated and are fine.
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Old 10-08-2013, 10:12 PM
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this stuff is amazing for all baby birds, I brought my day old chickens up on this and they are outstanding size now and really healthy....... I also offered chick crumb at the same time


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When i raised my baby duckling almost 3yrs ago they needed unmedicated chick feed which didnt have enough niacin in, i used to have to add a vitamin tab to his water but all i can remember is that it was the vitamin b family. all i can suggest is read and research a lot as im sure duckling/chick feed will have changed a lot since i raised my duck.

just found below that i followed but as i said it was 3 YRS AGO so please research incase anything has changed.

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If ducklings are fed chick starter a niacin supplement should be given for the first 10 weeks. Brewer's yeast can be added to feed (2-3 cups per 10 lbs of feed) or niacin tablets can be added to water (100-150mg per gallon).
(sorry measurements are in american.) not sure if tis is still correct but this is what i followed when i raised my duck, as i said 3 years ago so could be out dated now so please research further.
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