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Buff Saddleback Pomeranian Geese?

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Hi, I was just wondering if anyone has these or knows where I could get them. I'm having horrible luck finding places. I would also like to know your're experiences with them, too!

I've found 3 places. Sand Hill Preservation Center, E-fowl, and Heritage Turkey Hatchery.

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holderreadfarm.com

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Please don't go with efowl big_smile Their a middle man, jacked up prices on some things, use to steal pics, and also i found that they (ignorantly?) post pics of crosses as well lol

Besides who can compete with Holderread stock? lol


Edited by KansasKid - 12/26/11 at 9:06am
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holderreadfarm.com


They have Grey Saddlebacks. smile

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Please don't go with efowl big_smile Their a middle man, jacked up prices on some things, use to steal pics, and also i found that they (ignorantly?) post pics of crosses as well lol

Besides who can compete with Holderread stock? lol


I probably won't since I can't find where they get their goslings from.

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There's a member on here that has them that I will be getting eggs from this year.  It will take me a bit to find him though, I don't remember the name at the moment.

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Hatching eggs are no longer avaiable from any breeds until further notice due to predator problems and birds being too old .
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Originally Posted by KansasKid 

Please don't go with efowl big_smile Their a middle man, jacked up prices on some things, use to steal pics, and also i found that they (ignorantly?) post pics of crosses as well lol

Besides who can compete with Holderread stock? lol


I probably won't since I can't find where they get their goslings from.


If they don't raise their own, they are going tp keep their supplyer secret because many would try to cut out the middleman ie them. True Pomeranians are hard to find, and if you throw in a rare color and a decent pattern they are as rare as geese with teeth.

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~gd  Backyard ducks and geese.
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There's a member on here that has them that I will be getting eggs from this year.  It will take me a bit to find him though, I don't remember the name at the moment.


Swheat has a pair. Is that who your're talking about?

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Quality Pomeranian geese are difficult to locate.  The Pomeranians I've seen from hatcheries barely look like geese, let alone like Pomeranians.

I've seen the buff advertised some where. Ideal? Maybe? No promises about what you might get.

I've been sitting on a waiting list since last spring to get gray Saddlebacks.  Even the grays are difficult to find.

Duane Urch used to breed Pomeranians.  I don't see them on this year's sales list, but perhaps if you write to him and ask, he will either have a few Pomeranians or else know where to get some of them.  Other than that, I have no suggestions.

I like the Pomeranian that I have very much.  She is dignified and well behaved. She is an excellent mother. She is also gorgeous eye candy that makes my eyes happy when I look at her.

Poms should be shorter and stouter than other geese, with a neck that is both shorter and thicker. Breast is large and pronounced. They are meat birds and you should be thinking, "Now that would make a nice fat goose for the table" when you look at them.

On a purebred, eyes are smoky blue, feet are pink, bill is pink-ish, and they are single lobed.

Exhibition quality Blue Swedish Ducks and Gray Saddleback Pomeranian Geese,   Hatching eggs available in late winter and spring. NPIP

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Exhibition quality Blue Swedish Ducks and Gray Saddleback Pomeranian Geese,   Hatching eggs available in late winter and spring. NPIP

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Johnson Waterfowl, 218 222 -3556     How about Metzers

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