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Birthday Cake for a goose

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I may have really gone of the deep end this time.  Our Saria will be having her first birthday in May.  Anyone have any ideas for a birthday cake/treat for a goose?

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How about a whole grain carrot cake, hold the sugar and salt. Decorate with a couple of edible flowers. Maybe put some chopped apples into the cake batter.

 

My geese adore whole grain bread. White bread, not so much.  I had to stop their bread treat because they were getting too fat. But anyway, I know they like whole grain baked goods

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I say make a regular cake for the guests. Chances are your goose won't eat - or even be afraid of - whatever new birthday treat you introduce her to.

 

A friend of mine made a treat dispenser for my goose Keld last year for his first birthday. It was just a wooden board with holes drilled in it and Keld's favorite treats (dog food) in the holes. The little holes spelled "Keld 1 year". Really cute, but Keld was terrified of it, he hissed and wouldn't go near the board for a week. The most popular gift was a beautiful bouquet of dandelions with lots of leaves - Keld dug into it right away!

 

I made a cake for the guests with a fondant covered RKT goose head sticking out of it. If Keld had seen it, he probably would have hissed at it and trampled it.

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I was thinking the same thing, my goose doesn't like anything that isn't familar, so his cake would have to be w/w bread with romiane lettuce as the icing. Thats about all he'll have anything to do with besides his reg. feed. lol

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Living in the Beautiful Mountains of Western N.C.. with 17 chickens= EE's, Game, Cochin bantams,Light Brahma,  Black Australorps . 13Muscovy ducks, 1 Embden Gander,2 Toulouse geese 1 American Buff, 3 mini Dachshunds, 1 mixed breed, pond goldfish,  and a wonderful Husband who makes it all possible..

 

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My girl will be 1 in September so this will be great for me to try. We would love a cake for her. and a whole huge party hehe

 

Mumma to 11 Muscovies, 4 Pekins, 5 Indian Runners, 3 Call Ducks, 4 Mixed Breeds, 1 Silkie, 1 Magpie Goose and 1 Embden x Pilgrim. Also a Beagledore, a Wolfhound, a bunny, a guinea pig, many cats and a Boyfriend.

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Mumma to 11 Muscovies, 4 Pekins, 5 Indian Runners, 3 Call Ducks, 4 Mixed Breeds, 1 Silkie, 1 Magpie Goose and 1 Embden x Pilgrim. Also a Beagledore, a Wolfhound, a bunny, a guinea pig, many cats and a Boyfriend.

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