Quote:Where are you getting that info ?.. the weight is not right. Brown African Geese (sometimes called Giant Dewlap African or Super African) This is from ALBC " "The mature African goose has a large knob attached to its forehead, which requires several years to develop. A smooth, crescent-shaped dewlap hangs from its lower jaw and upper neck. The dewlap may become ragged in shape as the bird ages. Its body is nearly as wide as it is long. It is keelless, and has a smooth, rounded abdomen with little or no fatty lobe development. The tail points up and folds up neatly. The eyes are large and deep-set (Holderread, 1981). A mature gander (male) averages 22 pounds, while a mature goose (female) averages 18 pounds (Malone, et. al., 1998). " I'm about as new as you can get about geese, but I have done my research on them and no where have I found that Africans get up to 50lbs.. I'm pretty sure that the chinese don't have a dewlap, and the stand up straighter? The super african might get a little heavier, but not as much as 50lbs. I just didn't want people to think they are 50 lb geese.