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Ducks & Geese


Ducks are good people. I’m not sure about geese, but I love them anyway.


Wranglin’ Time
The Duck ‘n’ Buck Yard
A Gander at the Goslings
Duck, Buck, Goose
Personality Conflict
Do We Call the Babies Dickens or Chucks?
The Lonely Duck Makes a Plan
Little Duck Mine
Duck Day Afternoon
Another Cautionary Tale
Cleanliness is Next to Duckliness
Ruckus
But Wait, There’s a Happy Ending
A New Address
Mr. Duck, You Devil
When It Rains
The Real Reason I Got a Tractor


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