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Discussion in 'Geese' started by neenerbutt92, Sep 16, 2010.
Does $75 sound like too much for a trio of un-sexed buff geese that are 4 months old?
just a little to high I think... but I don't really know!
Quote:I recently sold some at auction and they went for $20 some dollars per bird.
That's pretty high, but I bought a sexed pair of geese from Holderreads for 115 bucks, who are "show quality" at least genetically. A steeper price can be asked if the line are show winners, and that would be the first thing I'd think . . . are these high quality little darlings? Buff geese are somewhat "endangered" too, so that would add to the price.
I'm getting them today!
I think that is is very good price!! I bought my Toulouse at $30 a bird!! enjoy them! they are worth every penny and you will get so much enjoyment out of them!
She had wanted $30 a bird...I talked her down. I'm soo excited! I had a trio before but they died of old age and never could hatch any babies. Is there anyway I can tell male from female, other than waiting til they lay eggs?
Here is a picture of the geese!
How long should I keep them penned (quarantine) before I let them out at the pond?
Here are some pictures...one was born with a birth defect (I'm not too worried about it, it doesn't seem to bother him) I think it is the gander.
Here is a pic of him.
Picture or the females (I think).
Picture of all three.