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@chickencrazy21 one other important factor to consider is the noise.  Geese are not shy about letting you know they're around.  I'm no pro but can tell you from our experience that one gander and one goose can be awfully loud.  Fortunately, our closest neighbor is a 1/4 mile away.

 

 

Troy & Tina

post #12 of 14
Kale and broccoli are good greens to feed.
post #13 of 14
I have 2 african geese. 2 year olds. The pest guard dogs in the yard. I used to love them. Now those evil little birds. Enjoy your jurney with them. You will ether love them or hate them. Lol
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I have 2 african geese. 2 year olds. The pest guard dogs in the yard. I used to love them. Now those evil little birds. Enjoy your jurney with them. You will ether love them or hate them. Lol

X2!!! When our White Chinese gander gets his steam up.... Lordy lordy!!  And hope you have good hearing protection if he starts screeching in an enclosed space, like a garage.... He followed me into ours the other day and let loose one of his screams.  I almost peed myself and then went to go get a hearing test.  But he's my buddy and follows me around better than either of our dogs.  I wouldn't trade him for the world.

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