Pekin Ducks as Pets. American Pekin Duck Owner's Manual. American Pekin Duck Pros and Cons, Care, Housing, Diet and Health All Included.

Pekin Ducks as Pets. American Pekin Duck Owner's Manual. American Pekin Duck Pros and Cons, Care, Housing, Diet and Health All Included.

Book Title: Pekin Ducks as Pets. American Pekin Duck Owner's Manual. American Pekin Duck Pros and Cons, Care, Housing, Diet and Health All Included.

Author: Dave Holderread

Format: Paperback | 154 pages

Publication Date: 06 Aug 2014

ISBN-13: 9781910410325

The American Pekin Duck accounts for 90% of the commercially reared ducks in the United States of America. These ducks are known for their prolific egg laying abilities, laying close to 200 eggs in each season. The American Pekin Duck also produces the tastiest duck meat. Since these ducks grow fast in numbers, they are preferred by most people who rear ducks solely for commercial purposes. There is another side to these beautiful ducks. They are extremely beautiful with their creamy white and fluffy plumage. Because of their calm and peaceful nature, they also make great pets. Pekin Ducks are really friendly are known to follow their owners all around the house. They are even good companions as they love to cuddle and stay close to their owners. If you plan to bring home a American Pekin Duck, there are several things that you must keep in mind as these birds are very different from regular pets. The maintenance of ducks is important and must be given a lot of care as ducks are easily infected. These infections are also very hazardous to human health. To make sure that your flock is healthy and to also safeguard the health of your family, you must take all the necessary measures to make your home a good environment for ducks. This book takes you through all the details of duck care. This book is your one stop solution for all the queries that you may have about the health, care and even behavior of your American Pekin Duck. This book also gives you tips on making your American Pekin Duck a great investment. The author, Roland Ruthersdale, is a duck lover and duck keeper.