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Geese

Geese are actually the appropriate term for the female of the species. The appropriate term for the male of the species are called Gander, but for the sake of this article, we will continue to call them Geese. Their flocks in water are called a Gaggle and in the sky, a Skein. Geese are known for their loud noises and feces scattering parks. Contrary to what people believe, the bird can actually be very friendly and dedicated to the people it knows well.

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DUCKS FOR SALE

Price: $0.00
Name: NICK CASPAR
Posted: 12/5/2017
Phone: (925) 567-6079
Aviary: N/A
Location: California  
Website: N/A

I have numerous pairs or Mandarin ducks both regular pairs and female white/reg male, 6 pairs of Black bellied whistlers, 2 pair fulvous whistling ducks, a few pairs of reg Wood ducks, a few pairs of silver Bahama pintails, and 6 pr Northern Pintails, Cinamon teal with extra males, maybe a few ...

Pheasants and Geese

Price: $0.00
Name: Ed Benhardt
Posted: 12/5/2017
Phone: (509) 990-1286
Aviary: Twin Spruce Bird Ranch
Location: Washington  
Website: N/A

2017 hatch, priced per unrelated pair: Temminick Tragopans, $300 Impeyan, $400, males, $200 each Brown Eared, $225 Soemmering Coppers, $400 Scintillating Coppers, $175; 2016 hatch breeders, $225/pair. Vulterine Guineas, $850 Goldens from imports, 2016 hatch, full color males, $50 each; 2017 hatch ma...

Waterfowl For Sale Near Tallahassee FL

Price: $0.00
Name: Bob Johnson
Posted: 11/21/2017
Phone: (850) 948-7926
Aviary: Wooded Wetlands Waterfowl
Location: Florida  
Website: http://www.woodedwetlands.info

Black swans (2017) $800/pair Mute swans (2017) $900/pair Mute swan (proven breeders) $1500 Egyptian geese (breeders, split male with white hen) $100 Bahama pintails $90/pair, Black-bellied tree ducks $90/pair, Blue wing teal $80/pair, Call Ducks: top show to pet quality, European shelduck drakes $75...

orinoco geese

Price: $0.00
Name: virgil
Posted: 10/27/2017
Phone: N/A
Aviary: N/A
Location: Florida  
Website: http://floridaavianconservancy.com/whatweraise.html

young orinoco and breeder orinoco for sale, various pricing. 

Pheasants and Geese

Price: $0.00
Name: Ed Benhardt
Posted: 10/19/2017
Phone: (509) 990-1286
Aviary: Twin Spruce Bird Ranch
Location: Washington  
Website: N/A

2017 hatch pheasants, priced per unrelated pair: Impeyans, $400; Brown Eared, $225; Temminick Tragopans, $300; Soemerring Coppers, $400; Vulterine Guineas, $850: Scintillating coppers, $175, hens $110; 2016 Scintillating coppers proven, $225; Full color golden males, $50 each; 2017 golden males, $30...


Cape Barren Geese

Price: $0.00
Name: Roger Thibault
Posted: 10/11/2017
Phone: (508) 672-5199
Aviary: N/A
Location: Massachusetts  
Website: N/A

2017 Cape Barren females. Parent raised from 2 unrelated prs. No imprinted issues $400. ea. plus shipping and box. Possible pair of 2016 hatch birds. Contact me on pair for details. All geese are large and perfect. Some of the better Cape Barrens in the country

 


Pheasants and Geese

Price: $0.00
Name: Ed Benhardt
Posted: 9/24/2017
Phone: (509) 990-1286
Aviary: TWIN SPRUCE BIRD RANCH INC
Location: Washington  
Website: N/A

2017 hatch, unrelated pairs.

Temminick Tragopans, $300/pair; Brown Eared, $225/pair; Vulterine Guineas, $850/pair; Soemmering coppers, $400/pair; Scintillating Coppers, $175 per pair, hens $110 each; 2016 Scintillating copper breeders, $225/pair; Pure Amherst, 2016 full color males, $60 eac...


RED BREASTED GEESE

Price: $0.00
Name:
Posted: 9/10/2017
Phone: (508) 672-5199
Aviary: N/A
Location: Massachusetts  
Website: N/A

2017 unrelated prs. Red Breasted Geese.

None related to LRWC geese. Vaccinated

for West Nile Virus. $850 per pair plus

shipping & box


Pheasants and Geese

Price: $0.00
Name: Ed Benhardt
Posted: 9/5/2017
Phone: (509) 990-1286
Aviary: TWIN SPRUCE BIRD RANCH INC
Location: Washington  
Website: N/A

2017 hatch, priced per unrelated pair: Temmincks Tragopans, $300 Satyr Tragopans, $600 Brown Eared, $225 Vulterine Guineas, $850 Soemmering Coppers, $400 Scintillating Coppers, $175 2016 Scintillating Coppers,breeders, $225/pair. Pure Amherst, $90, hens $60 each Full color Amherst males, $6...

Birds

Price: $0.00
Name: JK
Posted: 8/28/2017
Phone: N/A
Aviary: Kramer Bird Farm
Location: Missouri  
Website: N/A

Erkle francolins $150 for three. Elliots pheasant male $65. Mandarins $100 pair. juveniles White mandarins $135 pair. juveniles White mandarins $175 pair. Breeders Normal drakes with white hens $125 pair. breeders Ring teal hens $35 each. juveniles Indian Spotbill drake $40. Maned ...

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Types of Geese

Geese Facts

Geese make great additions to farm as poultry. It's been suggested that Geese were probably the first bird kept for poultry some 3,000 years ago in Egypt. If well cared for, Geese can live to be 20 years old in captivity. Geese are one of the only domesticated poultry birds that do bond with humans. The bird will become very loyal to the one who feeds it from the time it was a chick. The bird will consider that human its “parent” and treat them as such. Because they are loud and territorial they make great “guard dogs”. Another great quality is that they get along with most other animals kept on the farm and are considered social. Whether or not Geese are monogamous is still in question across the species, but they are sentimental and will mourn the loss of one of their mates. They may even adopt another farm animal of another species to replace a loss! Geese are quite well known for their civilized behaviors. They have a lot of notable behaviors during migration when they fly in their “V” pattern. They will honk to encourage the Geese in front of them to keep the pace, and if one falls ill or tired, a few will fall out of line with it until it dies or recuperates.

One redeeming quality that Geese have are their young. They are born capable of swimming and walking just days after birth and they are very cute to onlookers. Unfortunately for keepers, a lot of Geese will encounter problems with fertility. This could be due to the sensitivity of the bird and can be combated by providing a low number of females to each male to encourage fertile eggs. Once the female and male have mated, the female will lay one egg per day until she's reached the full clutch of about 5 eggs. The incubation period lasts approximately 28 days. They are born fluffy and yellowish, just like chicken's chicks and the life expectancy of Geese is around 25 years.

Geese are mainly herbivores and will eat grasses and other greens. Sometimes they are picky eaters and will make their preferences known. Sometimes they are given mealworms as well. At one time in history Geese were hunted so heavily that they were almost gone entirely, but their populations have made a comeback. They are currently categorized as “least concern”. There are many different species of the Goose including the Branta, Embden, Toulouse, the Chinese Goose, and more