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Feed Retrievers Once a Day for Optimal Results in the Marshes

With the waterfowling season underway, as a duck hunter, you want your hunting partner to have the proper energy needed to sustain long swims and retrieves. It's imperative not to feed your retriever too soon before going to the duck blind; otherwise, you could hinder his or her performance. Thus, it is best to feed retrievers once a day during training and when duck hunting.

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