"Dry canning and vacuum sealing are two accepted methods of preserving surplus produce for later consumption and for an extended shelf-life."
"Ducks can eat mice and some duck breeds even hunt for little animals such as mice."
"Dry canning is not really canning at all. Dry goods are placed into glass jars or cans, which are then placed into the oven to heat at 200 degrees Fahrenheit"
"Vacuum sealing does not sterilize the food; instead, it removes air from the food to prolong the shelf-life."