I have just ordered a pair of Sebastapol geese (due to arrive Thrusday), and have been trying to educate myself on the breed. I have always loved geese, for their intelligence, grace, watchdog abilities, etc. etc. etc. I have always had African Grays and/or Toulouse, and have one pair that are approaching 20 years old. Thought something different would be nice. However, I read that to produce frizzles, you should breed the frizzle gene with a "flat breasted" goose. Now my question is: Do the Sebs come in both varieties? Or are they thinking one should cross with another breed of white goose? The article does not explaine either question. If crossing, do you breed back to the frizzle? And wouldn't that dilute the gene pool? I have paid well over a hundred dollars for these goslings, and only ordered the one pair. Should I have ordered differently? If hatcheries are going to sell them, you would think they'd have some more information on them..... Any and all information would be welcome.