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post #21 of 29

i would like to have some of those, how do i get some goslings

 

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post #22 of 29
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i would like to have some of those, how do i get some goslings



 

 

Most breeders don't sell them as goslilngs. They are getting more common tho. You can find them in the fall easliy at $1200-$1500 per pair.

post #23 of 29

Wow, these are beautiful!


 

Are they intolerent to cold?

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Big problem in past was the lost of many Red Breasted to west nile. The resistance is getting better, therefore now we are .100_0821.JPG

 

seeing more Red Breasted geese. They are around but not in large numbers.

 

ROGER THIBAULT, SWANSEA, MASS.  Yes these are some of my birds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

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post #24 of 29

YES

post #25 of 29

Seeing all these red breasted pics I am tempted to buy a pair off a friend of mine, his pair raised 11 goslings 2 yrs ago and 5 last year. Might have to ask him for a pair. They are so gorgeous!

 

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proud breeder of LF Leghorns(Black,Partridge/Blue Part, Buff, Silver), LF Black Australorps, LF Ameraucanas(B/B/S, Buff, Silver), Pilgrim Geese, Muscovy Ducks(B/B, Choc), Australian Spotted Ducks, Cortunix Quail(Gold, Wild, Tux, Rosetta- also avail in blue/silver, whites), Ringneck Pheasants, French Red Leg Partridges and Black Shoulder Peafowl. Striving for Exhibition type

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Boothcreek Ranch

proud breeder of LF Leghorns(Black,Partridge/Blue Part, Buff, Silver), LF Black Australorps, LF Ameraucanas(B/B/S, Buff, Silver), Pilgrim Geese, Muscovy Ducks(B/B, Choc), Australian Spotted Ducks, Cortunix Quail(Gold, Wild, Tux, Rosetta- also avail in blue/silver, whites), Ringneck Pheasants, French Red Leg Partridges and Black Shoulder Peafowl. Striving for Exhibition type

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post #26 of 29

Hi Roger nice red breasted pics....Josh here Davids friend that white mandarin drakes doin great he paired up with a hen i got him and an extra white for when the first one goes down to nest like you said. got my 3 pair of split to silver woodies too. lost a drake for some odd reason he drowned in the water dish

***Breeder of Exotic 4 Horn Jacob Sheep, Highland Cattle, Excellent quality Call Ducks in White, Grey, Snowy, Magpie, Butterscotch, Blue Fawn, Blue Bibbed, Black Bibbed, Self Blue, Chocolate and Pastel. ***SQ Tufted Roman geese, Silkies, Bantam Cochins, BBS Ameraucanas, BLRW, Silver wood ducks, White mandarins, Fantail pigeons, Flemish Giants, and Peafowl in White, Silver Pied and Blue Pied!...

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***Breeder of Exotic 4 Horn Jacob Sheep, Highland Cattle, Excellent quality Call Ducks in White, Grey, Snowy, Magpie, Butterscotch, Blue Fawn, Blue Bibbed, Black Bibbed, Self Blue, Chocolate and Pastel. ***SQ Tufted Roman geese, Silkies, Bantam Cochins, BBS Ameraucanas, BLRW, Silver wood ducks, White mandarins, Fantail pigeons, Flemish Giants, and Peafowl in White, Silver Pied and Blue Pied!...

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post #27 of 29

Hi there

 

Is there maybe anyone in south africa that breeds the red breasted geese?

 

We had 2 breeding pairs and a young one,but 2 of them died the last 2 months and i dont know what happened

 

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Arthur

post #28 of 29

yes we do breed them we stay in Heidelberg Gauteng

post #29 of 29

Red Breasted Geese are easy to raise.I feed my pair chicken lay pellets,grain and lots of greens from the garden or lettuce .The enclosure is six foot by ten feet with a cover.

Prices vary from $1200.00 per pair to $2,000.00 per pair.DNA is needed to determine gender..Geese mature at three years old,They do not lay until they are three plus years old.Mine are pinioned,however I have a covered pen due to predators.

 

I use a small child's wading pool as they like to bathe daily.They are very cold hardy but suffer with heat and humidty if not provided lots of shade and cool water for drinking and bathing.Good luck with these beautiful geese.

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