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Happy Hen Treats Pond Medley Duck Treats, 2-lb bag

Happy Hen Treats Pond Medley Duck Treats, 2-lb bag

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    Muscovy Duckies love these !!!!

    By Muscove on Aug 9, 2020

    My pet muscovy duckies love these !!! They love the worms and oats & its a nice and healthy treat for them. They esp. love when you throw it in the water , they go 'duck fishing' !!

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    Picky ducks

    By Tdowd on Sep 22, 2019

    Our ducks only eat the worms. They leave the rest behind. I purchased 2 bags in hopes they would love it. No such luck

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    Pond ducks won't eat this

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    I live on a very large pond in Florida with at least 6-7 different breeds of ducks including Muscovy, mottled, mallard, whistler, wood duck, etc. The ducks come visit me everyday and love dried corn and wild bird seed. Several of the momma ducks have been showing up with their babies and I decided to try something new to tempt them. None of the ducks would touch this. They would look at it and then walk off. I think some pigeons came and ate the dried worms, but most of it I will have to sweep up and throw away.

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    My ducks won't touch them!

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    I was so excited to finally find a treat for my ducks!! And very happy that wonderful chewy sent them as a gift for my 3 friends Huey, Dewey, & Louise. Looking at the ingredients I really thought they would love them...but unfortunately they wouldn't touch them. Doesn't matter if it's out of my hand, on the ground, or in the water (tried all) they just won't eat them. Left a small pile on the ground and even the rats, wild birds etc. didn't eat them...still there the next day! Weird!

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