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  • Will a goose protect ducks?
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  • Will a goose protect ducks?
    You're currently in the Articles section. If you post your question over on the Geese forum, you have a better chance of getting answers (here's a...
  • Feeding Geese
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  • Raising Geese 101
    Messy? Yes! I got my first ever goslings this past Spring. Three Pilgrims and 5 Chinese. They are so wonderful! But I find the whole water thing...
  • Raising Geese 101
    This was interesting but I would like to see more information on the needs of keeping geese. For example, since the author does not recommend...

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  • Raising and caring for goslings
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    I'm curious about adding geese to my poultry -- and found this article helpful in planning for...
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    Not a lot of in-depth info, but a good starting point for researching / selecting geese.
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Geese

  • Feeding Geese

    Feeding your pet geese Geese are primarily grazing animals. They have similar nutritional needs and eating habits to horses and other...
  • Raising and caring for goslings

    Pic by Elizabethy27 Ducks and geese are hardy and fairly easy to raise. Their brooding requirements are simple and they don't need special...
  • Raising Geese 101

    Why should I raise Geese? Geese are wonderful creatures with many great capabilities. Geese have been used for: *Foster Mothers * Their very...
  • Chinese Geese

    Chinese Geese The Chinese breed is a descendant of the wild swan goose, like it's cousin, the African. It is a very good duel purpose breed, as...
  • Will a goose protect ducks?

    I am currently think on getting some ducklings but in the past when there all grown up and out and about there numbers dwindle from predators. So...
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