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Duck poop, eggs, and adolescet drakes - $5 (Fayetteville)

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Poop + pine shavings-$5 a bag (40 gallon trash bag)

Duck eggs for eating $5 a dozen

Fertile duck eggs for hatching $ 3 each or 6 for $15

Adolescent/ adult drakes $5 each



I am. cleaning out our ducks area (there are now 33) and we go through quite a bit of pine shavings which are now covered in duck poo ready for anyone who may wanna use it on there garden. Or on anything they’d like to see grow

Asking 5 dollars a trash bag (40 gallon)

Pros:
Duck poop is more nutrient dense than chicken poop. Unlike chicken poop, duck poop is not “hot” and does not need to compost before going into the garden 😊(it’s actually considered “cold” because it’s ready immediately)

It is high in phosphorus, potassium and nitrogen. Adding this to your soil/plants throughout your growing season will feed your plants the vital nutrients it needs to produce: luxurious green leaves; promote strong seeds; be resistant to disease; and to produce healthy steams and roots for improved fruit production.


Also I have fertile eggs as well as eating eggs available to anyone interested. They’re a mix of Mallard & Rouen I think .

Some have blue bills , some don’t, some mallards are missing a white ring around there necks. An interesting variety of ducks none the less.

If interested I anything duck related pls contact me!


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