@Jtn42248@servpolice. Thank you both for the information. Yes it is bad news. Luckily they were given to me, I did not buy them. The female started sitting a couple days ago. I thought it funny there was only 1 egg every other day.
Ok. Will the eggs hatch??? Or will they not be fertile, being they are mixes??
Well you do have 3 ganders so I'm pretty sure they're fertile.
The only problem is that the fathers might be one of her sons.
The goslings won't be deformed but will be weaker then normal.
If you don't want the sons to inter-breed I would think you should put away the sons until she starts brooding so you get strong healthier goslings.
Of course mixes can breed with eachother and produce fertile eggs.
She produced her sons didn't she
No matter how mixed breed your geese are they will always produce fertile eggs.
Domestic geese mating with wild geese (Canada geese) is when the goslings will be sterile and won't be able to produce goslings.
If the goose is the mother of the two ganders then she has brooded before meaning you will definitely get goslings from her