Originally Posted by NathanZee
Well, my gander is just starting to act like a gander! He hasn't payed any special attention to his mate, but he is holding his head really high and arching his neck! Also, he walks sideways towards me and puts his head right next to the ground, then kind of shakes it. What does that mean?
Yep he is challenging your authority as flock leader. When he finally gets the courage to attack its time for "gander training"! Be happy to explain how to do it if you'd like.
Originally Posted by jwlpoultry
I need help do I have African or Brown Chinese????
I am leaning toward brown chinese, how old? They may be "hatchery african" which are truly a cross of African and chinese. And yes keep the white in with the chinese flock, they will be happier because the "speech" is a bit different than other breeds. All my other goose breeds have a different sound and speech than my chinese do. Think you have 2 pairs, males and females BTW, congrats!
Here is my Brown Chinese and White Chinese
Group shot, may be a few Embden in there lol