sourland

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I've never been able to accurately gender assess goslings. Once they mature a bit it's easier to evaluate them based on behavior.
 

HorsesRMe123

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I've never been able to accurately gender assess goslings. Once they mature a bit it's easier to evaluate them based on behavior.
Ok thank you! What age would you say they are when they are mature and ready to lay eggs if they were to both be females? If both were to be males, I would still keep them because they are our little babies but if they were females and could lay eggs, what age would you say?
 

teresagreen81

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Ok thank you! What age would you say they are when they are mature and ready to lay eggs if they were to both be females? If both were to be males, I would still keep them because they are our little babies but if they were females and could lay eggs, what age would you say?
First year with geese. I read it will be next spring before they lay. That's also allegedly when you can sex them properly to see if a male. So we are just waiting to see if eggs instead of poking vents. Lol
 

HorsesRMe123

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First year with geese. I read it will be next spring before they lay. That's also allegedly when you can sex them properly to see if a male. So we are just waiting to see if eggs instead of poking vents. Lol
Good to know! Thank you for the help.
 

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