Rice and Duck Farming

Rice and Duck Farming

A symbiotic and sustainable method to combine farming and animal husbandry. The ducks eat insects that are destroying the rice and then fertilize the crop with their manure.  Therefore creating a cleaner rice paddy.

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Young ducklings. Image: Andrea Lightfoot | Unsplash

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