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Bring On The Hens

Duck nesting success is a difficult thing to insure in today's world of marginal cover and rampant predators. The new Northern Mallard Cylinder from Dakota Nesting Structures is durable, economical and requires little maintenance. The Cylinder protects hens during the critical nesting season. That means nest occupancy and success rates skyrocket. To set up, simply put the structure in a backyard pond or marsh, fill with gravel and straw and then sit back and watch mallards nest season after season. Dakota Nesting Structures offers a full line of waterfowl nesting houses.

Contact: Dakota Nesting Structures, Dept. WF, 3471 Woodland Park, Valley City, North Dakota 58072; (701) 530-0384;

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