I raise buff americans (4 geese, 2 ganders), sebastopols (1 male, 1 fem), and exhibition toulouse (1 buff gander, 1 buff goose, 1 grey goose- new to me as of last month- buff is holderread, others are from holderread lines). I have to say- I love geese! They are so easy, give them good pasture, access to fresh/clean water, and simple shelter and they practically raise themselves. This year I plan on incubating all eggs to increase production (last year I allowed some natural brooding), and possibly replacing my Buff Americans with Embdens for more efficient meat production. I also am looking for others experiences with AI on large breed geese to increase fertility (in the exhibition toulouse). We have some nasty weeds where I live, including tackweed. Although these are not prevalent where the geese graze, occasionally they manage to get one in their foot. Usually I notice and pick it out/apply betadine and there is no issue, however, I had a couple instances this past summer when an infection occurred (in the foot). I assume there is an injectable antibiotic safe to use in geese, same as in chickens. Does someone here have experience using antibiotics in geese? If so, what product/dosage? Thanks!