Goose Incubation & Hatching Guide - Completed!!!!

pete55

Songster
8 Years
Feb 19, 2011
1,743
237
171
Suffolk, UK
SarahIrl - thank you for your positve comments. The knowledge was all there but has taken me some time to put all the material and text together to make it complete


Pete
 

DaveK

Songster
9 Years
Jun 19, 2010
357
13
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Quote:Pete, I would by all means submit this work to as many venues as possible. You guys over there have two or more clubs catering to domestic waterfowl in general plus the Runner and Call duck clubs. Exotic waterfowl and pheasants operate the same way so why not them as well? There are the Game Bird and Waterfowl message boards, based here in the states but full of input from all over. We also have our own Call duck clubs and the IWBA. Jim Konecny the Toulouse guy can help you there. My own opinion is that this is a very worthwhile piece of work. I can find no mention of a BYC Educator Award but would be awfully happy to nominate you if you or someone else can tell me how. And YES!!! we are having a good season but we learned at what seems to be the same school of hard knocks and high humidity.
 

bev08

Hatching
8 Years
Apr 27, 2011
2
1
7
Hi
This information is wonderful thank you.
Maybe you can help me, I am getting lots of eggs, I put them in the incubator but they are all infertile ( or just don't develop)
My gander is only 11 months old. Can this affect his ability to fertilize the egg??????
Thanks
Bev
 

pete55

Songster
8 Years
Feb 19, 2011
1,743
237
171
Suffolk, UK
Hi Bev08

If you're certain you have a pair then the infertility is probably due to the gander's young age and you'll see much improved results next year. Have you seen any courtship or mating between them?

Pete
 

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