- Aug 1, 2020
My geese are almost 10 weeks old. They are both White Chinese geese. They have their own run and coop that they have access to all day long. At night, we lock them up in their coop since they are still young and we’d be worried if something might snatch them up during the night if they had access to it. But, they also free-range only when I’m watching them. I’m not sure at what age they will be able to free-range without supervision? My main concern is an eagle, hawk, or maybe raccoon getting them? I live in a sub-urban environment. I’ve seen hawks and bald eagles in my area. Some have even circled over head, eyeing my goslings, when I let them run. So when or what age should I have no concern about this and be able to let them free-range unsupervised? I’d like them to have access to the yard for at least a few hours a day once they can go unsupervised. Please reply! Thanks for the help!
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