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Pilgrim Gander in NW Georgia

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We have a Pilgrim gander that could use a new home.  We have too many ganders.  He is not to breed standards so he can't be shown (too much gray in his coloration) but I really don't want to put him in the freezer.  I would prefer he go to a place with a pond and other geese but if he ends up in someone else's freezer..... what I don't know can't hurt me.  We gave 3 away last year to a petting zoo.  Hopefully we will find some similar situation again this year. 

 

I am starting this thread for this one, but we probably have one or two more that might can go if you need additional males.

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I may be able to help. I am in the upstate of SC PM me
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Where are you located? I'm looking for a friendly goose to keep with my chickens for protection...
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Paulding County.
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Do you still have any? We live in Whitesburg, Ga. Would love to have with the rest of our New found love of farming.

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Yes, we do still have the one gander.  Again, he is not a good example of a Pilgrim Goose because he has too much gray but he is a friendly big boy.  He missed being processed last week only because I ran out of time so maybe he was saved for a reason.  ;)

 

 

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How far from Franklin ga
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How far from Franklin ga

About an hour.  Could consider meeting part way.

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