I want geese

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by waibel zoo, Jun 12, 2009.

  1. waibel zoo

    waibel zoo Songster

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    What are the chances anyone has any
    sabastobol eggs
    pilgrim eggs
    or buff eggs?

    In order of preference.
     
  2. waibel zoo

    waibel zoo Songster

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    Or goslings.
     
  3. FLOWERPOT

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    I will next year, sorry.
    My momma goose is a momma as of today, She has 4 babys and 4 eggs left to hatch.
    Next year I will sell some of her eggs but this year she suprised me when she went broody on her hidden nest, And I didnt have the heart to take them away after she went to all that trouble.

    I hope you find what you want.
     
  4. vicki2x2

    vicki2x2 Super Chick

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    My geese are all done laying, it is getting late in the year for eggs.
     
  5. Haley_LinckHillPoultry

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    My geese are done laying for the year.
    Your best bet is to find some goslings.
    Did you check your local craigslist?
     
  6. waibel zoo

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    Yes. I can't find goslings, or even geese for that matter. I can get some toulouse/ebden mix from a farm. But I need as quiet and as frienly of geese as I can get. I really love the sebastobol. They cost an arm and a leg. Maybe I'll get lucky.
     
  7. Chickies-duckies-etc

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    My mature embdems are fairly quiet and friendly. Thy do the soft huh,huh,huh, thing a lot, but it is in soft tones. The loud blasts are usually only when they get separated or are fighting.

    If you were closer, I have some goslings of various breeds. And still get a few eggs.
     

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