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  • Eqyptian
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    Egyptian geese
    Mine pose no threat to my other waterfowl. I've had a full-grown rescue pair for 4 years with no problems. If raised correctly they can be...
    • Lordofthegreenpeas

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  • American
    Love this breed. Quiet most of the time, but will alert you to strangers. Have them in with a mixed flock of birds; turkeys chickens, and ducks...
  • Chinese
    I have 2 Chinese born in May I think there both males not sure yet, I just love them , My old male passed away at 19 1/2 years old, miss him so...
  • Cotton Patch
    Can anyone comment about their noise level? I am in a neighborhood and can't have anything terribly noisy...I do have a pomeranian goose already...
  • Eqyptian
    Ok ty

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It might seem like such a fine breed as the Sebastopol would've only been genetically engineered...
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The Toulouse Geese originated in Mid-Northern Europe, probably as a landrace (they are quite...
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Originally developed in the south of France as a large table bird and for production of pate de...
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The American goose is one of the few domesticated goose breeds which originated in the United...
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They are often called weeder geese or guard geese as they assist with gardening chores and also...
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African geese actually didn't originate from Africa at all, but descended from the Swan goose in...
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Originally developed in the south of France as a large table bird and for production of pate de...
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Pilgrim Geese are the only American goose breed that is auto-sexing. You can tell the male from...
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Cotton Patch geese developed as a 'landrace' breed of the American South, used for garden and...
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This species breeds widely in Africa except in deserts and dense forests. They are found mostly...
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It is rumored that in 365 B.C. when the Gauls attempted to break in and attack Rome during the...
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Pomeranian geese were developed from the Eastern Greylag. This is what causes true Pomeranians...
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