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I have noticed an unusually movement in mallards on a rainy warm front. I love to know why? Thanks!
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I think its BC every instantly becomes a mallard buffet when its warm and rainy. Even if new holes don't open up, say in a cut corn field the warm rain mixes with the mud. Now say the mud is a mixture of dirt and cow manure. That cow manure has waste grain in it the cow passed. That is now edible in the softened mud by the ducks.
Picture this..now the same thing happens but its a downpour and a small low spot in that field floods. The waste grain now floats in the standing water and any other grain from around the Hole runs downward to the hole with the water.
Now you got a new hole to ducks. Great feed that is "opportunistic" feed BC its not available on a daily basis, and water. What do you have?
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