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Discussion in 'Geese' started by Muscovies, Dec 29, 2010.
How much would you sell sebastopols for the adults, juvs and goslings?
If I am selling them. I usually price for quality. Pet prices are less than your best quality ones. I usually don't part with gosling but you can look at the prices that Holderreads listed, but they are no longer raising sebastopols. Might give you an idea though.
There is a big difference between controlled breeding's with records and pictures offered of the lineage, or purebred "who knows?" as to how you can price out your geese. Especially true in pertaining to colors and color to white breeding. If this will be your first time breeding, I would sell gosling keeping in mind where you obtained your stock, and what geographically is a reasonable price. You will have parents on premise to show. If you can hold on to a few gosling to breed to maturity, or can get feedback from your buyers (get pics if possible), you are well on your way! Take pics of gosling and parents-it will be more than useful down the line! Also, does your buyer want a pet or breeding stock? That must be taken into consideration. Best of luck!
Sebbies are selling in our area for $50 as goslings. The price increases with age and quality, of course.
Thanks guys for your help