Lucky Duck (Duck food)


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Lucky Duck is New Zealand's first duck food, formulated to contain everything a healthy duck needs.

Ducks eat a specific and naturally diverse diet of plants, seeds and insect protein. But for a long time they had to make do with generic poultry pellets. Given the popularity of feeding wild ducks and the increasing number of New Zealanders who keep backyard ducks, we decided it was time for a feed of their own.

Developed alongside an avian nutrition expert, this blend works best as a maintenance diet for both wild ducks and backyard ducks. It contains nutritious oats and barley, kibbled maize and sorghum as well as vegetable additions for those essential vitamins. Lucky Duck is full of ingredients grown by us right here in New Zealand.

Buy in bulk or keep a your own small bag on hand for visits to the duck pond.

(Tip: Lucky Duck makes a fantastic eco-gift for children or the elderly!)

Ingredients: Oats, Barley, Sorghum, Kibbled Maize, Duck Pellets (soya bean meal, peas, broll, vegetable oil).

Feeding guide: For feeding on the ground (will not float). Intended as an all year maintenance feed for ducks. Breeding ducks will need an additional protein source during breeding season. Feed approximately 150g per duck per day. Suitable for ducks from 8 weeks old.

Typical Analysis: Protein 12.6%, Fat 3.2%, Fibre 5.1% Calcium 0.1%


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