Day Old Goslings hatching March to June.
Geese are becoming more and more popular on sustainable and organic farms and homesteads. Adding a flock of geese to a gardening plan is a great way to introduce diversity to the farmstead, and geese are now successfully being used for building soil fertility, for improving orchard environments, for weeding, and use as guard animals.
Geese are quite large, and so they do need room, and as waterfowl, they enjoy swimming water, so they may not be for every farm situation. Geese are also very self-sufficient, and they eat mostly grass and weeds so feed bills are minimal.
If you simply cannot decide which breeds of geese you want, this hatchery choice is a great way to try some geese in your garden system in an economical way.
Hatchery choice means those that have not been sold as specific breeds or varieties. We do not guarantee a variety. It is possible to get all of one kind. We do not mark or record the kind sent.
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