Thursday, July 21, 2011

More on ducks

Ducks are still laying eggs underwater. I have to wade in, pick them up then go to the field in the "back 4o " to dispose of them

But at least some of the eggs are not laid underwater. I am told by farmgirl friends as long as the "film" covering the egg is not disturbed, the egg probably can be used beause the membrane forms a seal around the egg, protecting it from bacteria.

The ducks still swim away from me when I approach them. Maybe I need some corn.

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