As with the chicken one, everything is fairly similar. The only addition of a better (Waterfowl feed) and
|Ducklings||$3-$10||Depending on Breed|
|Ducks||$10-$20||Depending on Breed and Age|
|Coop||$100-$1000||Depending on what size|
|Pool (optional)||$10-$500||Kiddy pool/Stock tanks or installed|
|Food & Water bowls||$50-$100|
|Feed||$20-$40||Organic feed can be $30+|
|Totals||$198 – $1,680|
Now obviously there is a huge range. Someone might only be getting 2 ducks and a small coop (Still set you back about $600) and free range, or have a large run. A $100 coop isn’t going to get you very far. From looking at Ebay and Amazon you will only be able to fit 2 ducks in a $100 coop. However if you are handy. $100 will get you some wood towards making your own larger coop!
Here are some products that we use or used and like, having tried and tested many!
This is the waterer we use:
50 Gallon Water with Cups
Galvanized Hanging Poultry Feeder
This is the feeder we built and use –
No Waste Chicken Feeder