Bantams and Quail live well together and Bantams make excellent surrogate mothers for quail chicks and will teach them to be aware of predators.
Yes, turkeys and hens get along quite well together.
Male ducks, called drakes, can live together, but it is better if you have one drake and a couple females.
Yes! They can live with many other kinds of animals. I would recommend that you not put them with Guinea Hens, or Ducks though. The guinea hens stress chickens out so that they stop laying eggs, and ducks can carry several diseases that, while not bad for the ducks, are fatal to chickens.
No. they are not trying to hurt them. The drakes see the hens as "their flock" they are all coming into mating age. They are trying to make the hens submissive. It will not result in anything but a few ruffled feathers and some loud quakes and clucks but they will catch on soon enough and stop bothering the hens. Getting a rooster will also put an end to the ducks confused cross species behavior.
Yes. For the most part the ducks usually do fine with hens and both can and do ignore the rabbits. Any conflicts usually result in a quick squabble and everyone goes off to separate corners.
yes as long as you are not breeding the rabbits or quail they should get along well
It is not a good idea to house chickens and quail together. The chickens will try to eat the quail and the quail will try to get out of the coop, never to be seen again.
Waterbirds and wading birds such as ducks, moorhens and swamp hens live near ponds.
Yes, but chances are slim that they both will live together.
Only on Tuesdays
Eggs from battery hens, i.e. hens that are kept in cages (known as batteries) where several hens live together in one cage. These hens cannot roam freely as free-range hens can.
They live together 24/7
nobody knows why don't you try it
i have two runner ducks living with my ten hens and they all seem very happy with other, never had any problems over the years i have kept them.
no the eagle will eat the duck
They group together
Yes and no. First off most will tell you it is best to have an odd number of roosters in a flock. Not an even number. Ducks & geese are messy birds. So they make dry bedding wet which chickens dislike. Hope this helps!
No, hens do not live in a pen. Hens live in what is called a coop. Pigs are the animals that live in a pen.
Um I don't think so...
i tries that once..and the quail started pecking at the guinea pig....and then the guinea pig ate the quail...so no
A quail live in grassy areas.
a quail is a type of bird (like a chicken) and they live on ground.