Geese

American

Sweet, Docile, Less noisy* Just the right size.

A review on: American
Nikosbirds

Pros: Sweet, Docile, Less noisy* Just the right size.

Cons: Not so bright

I got a breeding pair last Spring. The male was more interested in staying with the flock of ducks. The female often wandered around alone. She ended up getting taken by a coyote at about 3 months, sadly. The male is not AT ALL aggressive. He is quite timid. He honks rather infrequently, but when he does, it is pretty loud. Not very bright. They are a smaller goose, just the right size for a...
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Cute, Wild.
Cute, Wild.

Canada Goose

Pros: can be trained, cute,

Cons: flys away and breaks your heart.Plus the goslings when they are older, are UGLY

Great Yard Protectors
Great Yard Protectors

French Toulouse

Pros: Friendly, full of personality, very protective, good looking

Cons: Angsty

Not Bad
Not Bad

White Embden Geese

Pros: Beautiful to eyes, good for alarming dangers, welcoming

Cons: none that i can think of and experienced

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African

African

“I must say when I first saw these geese in person I instantly fell in love with them they were so beautiful and let me just say intimidating! They weren't even being mean they were just so large and loud! My two goslings (9 months old)are just so protective of me and the rest of the flock they bite everyone and everything! They get an attitude with me sometimes but aren't brave enough yet to...” --poult

67% Positive Reviews
American

American

“I got a breeding pair last Spring. The male was more interested in staying with the flock of ducks. The female often wandered around alone. She ended up getting taken by a coyote at about 3 months, sadly. The male is not AT ALL aggressive. He is quite timid. He honks rather infrequently, but when he does, it is pretty loud. Not very bright. They are a smaller goose, just the right size for a...” --Nikosbirds

86% Positive Reviews
Canada Goose

Canada Goose

“   I do not personally own Canada Geese, though the wild geese will come into my yard and we will feed them apples. They are Cute, but i would never trap them, because i can't keep them. If i had a license i would totally buy some, they would be good flock protectors. Their wings must be clipped when they are young if you don't want them to fly away with the migratory flocks. Many...” --Fluffers

100% Positive Reviews
Chinese

Chinese

“ I just received my first geese on Wednesday. They are giant compared to my baby chicks! As soon as I opened the box, the gander jumped out into my dad's hands, peeping with his neck stuck out as if he was trying to tell us all something very important.   It was love at first sight. I feel like carrying all 3 of them around with me wherever I go. The first time I picked...” --CynazarGoldens

100% Positive Reviews
Cotton Patch

Cotton Patch

“Cotton Patch Geese Are Very Cool, When I First Saw Them I Thought They Were A Toulouse And Some Other White Breed! Now I Know They Were Cotton Patch Geese! Their Only Downside Is They Seem To Be Aggressive Because Every Time I Have Seen Them They Have Attacked Me! ” --Lizard King

100% Positive Reviews
Eqyptian

Eqyptian

“Not the goose for the beginner fancier, The egyptian goose is not a true goose but is more related to a shelduck They were bred to be a guard goose in the Egyptian culture. They have been banned from Oregon because of their aggression and their threat to other birds as they have been known to kill other birds they are also considered the strongest and smallest goose. They are the only goose...” --Twistedfeather

67% Positive Reviews
Exhibition Dewlap Toulouse

Exhibition Dewlap Toulouse

“ My Exhibition Dewlap Toulouse Geese are the most prized members of my flock. I absolutely adore everything about them! They make wonderful pets and are also great flock guardians in that they let me know if there's a problem outside. I have found the Exhibition Dewlap Toulouse to be quite difficult to incubate and/or hatch successfully and would highly recommend gaining experience with a...” --animaladdictions

100% Positive Reviews
Exhibition Dewlap Toulouse-469

Exhibition Dewlap Toulouse-469

“I have some of these Toulouse winged buddies as yard pets and they are so laid back unless your not supposed to be in there yard, then they might give you a little flack. It's amazing how many people are terrified of geese getting ahold of them. my geese don't understand they come over looking for hand outs. But, They definitely will let some body know that company has...” --ziggy67

100% Positive Reviews
French Toulouse

French Toulouse

“We have had our Toulouse , Dick, for nearly a year now, and he is by far the creature of greatest interest in the yard. He honks when he sees danger and does an excellent job watching over his ducks. He is the most interesting one to watch of all the birds in the yard or kiddie pool. ” --silenthawk2x3

80% Positive Reviews
Pilgrim Geese

Pilgrim Geese

“These are the sweetest geese I have had or met. Both the male and female are responding very well to verbal training. I am working with them on the words no, quiet, bedtime, and a few others. They took a bit to get idea of commands but once they understood, progress has been fast. They are healthy, alert and smart. I would put them at about the middle for goose breeds when it comes to noisy...” --Tivona

100% Positive Reviews