#ducks

  • Why we chose to move our ducks back up to the house

    Moving Livestock

    Pendleton Family Farm April 20, 2021

    Living on the farm means you are constantly tweaking things in order to keep not only the livestock safe, but alive. Moving livestock is part of that plan. Here’s what we mean. You can also learn all about our ducks here.  We share so much on our IG. Come along and follow our crazy adventures.  WE LOST TWO DUCKS PREDATORS In a matter of two weeks, we lost two ducks.…

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  • Pinterest Pin for duck house post

    Duck House

    Pendleton Family Farm March 16, 2021

    After Scott worked for 21 days straight (17 of those out of town), our to do list was growing fast. He took a few days off when he got back and let me tell you…that man worked non-stop for 5 days. One thing he accomplished was our duck house by the pond using repurposed wood/supplies. It turned out more perfect than I could have dreamed, even if they have only…

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  • Ducklings Week 3

    Ducklings Week 3

    Pendleton Family Farm February 25, 2021

    We’ve had the most beautiful weather here this week and so the ducklings have gotten a lot more time outside. Yes, they make an absolute mess with all the mud, bugs, grass, etc., but it’s worth it. Ducklings Week 3.  *Please note this blog post contains affiliate links. If a purchase is made through one of my links, I earn a small commission at no extra cost to you.* TECHNICALLY…

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  • Ducklings Week 2

    Ducklings Week 2

    Pendleton Family Farm February 11, 2021

    Ducklings week 2. Let me say this first…ducks smell. There, I said it. I’m laughing out loud while I type this because I swear…I’ve never smelled such a distinctive smell in my life. No matter how much you clean their brooder, fresh pine, or clean water you give them…they smell.  All that to say, when we get ducklings in the future, it will be in the warm spring so they…

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