I am selling Hatching Goose Eggs from my Beautiful, Healthy, Happy, spoiled rotten geese. My flock includes mostly curly breasted with a few smooth breasted. I was told to integrate both smooth and curly breasted for better feathering. I have lavenders, lavender splashes, one gray splash and of course the beautiful whites.
My geese roam freely most days and gladly go into their very large fenced in area at night for protection.
Sebastopols are classified as a medium size goose and they are great foragers. You do not need a pond to raise them. I use a small kiddy pool that I can dump or drain easily. Sebastopol's breed, play and keep there beautiful feathers clean in the water. They are a wonder to watch.
My flock consists of only the best bloodlines including Holderread who no longer raise these beautiful birds. I would always recommend purchasing more then two eggs due to the many uncontrollable variables when mailing and incubating hatching eggs. If your lucky enough to have a 50% hatch rate that would leave only one lonely gosling.
Edited by kimfeatherfriends123 - 4/16/16 at 12:06pm