I have a plan but I'm not sure if it will work, this is my first year with Geese so I don't know how the laying season will go for sure. My goals 1. Send a few eggs to a friend, ( I have three of the four and will have this done soon) 2. Get 9 eggs in my bator to try my hand at hatching water foul 3. Sell hatching and cooking eggs until late May 4. Get a few eggs blown out to use as Christmas Ornaments and for Art projects. 5. Allow my Geese to hatch out at least 10 Goslings. I have two pair of Pilgrims. I want to send the goslings to freezer camp in late October. I am wondering if waiting until the last week of May to let them hatch out a clutch each is too late? Should I start earlier? I was told by the person I got the geese from that they would lay into June. Anyone have any input? ETA: I forgot to say that the most important thing to me is to allow the pairs to hatch out goslings. I don't want my other goals to mess up the final goal. I know that if I let them hatch out too early they will stop laying and then my other 3 goals are out the window for sure. Timing is truly everything.