Geese Breeders

Geese Breeders Guide - What to Look Out For

geese breeders

And so you want to become a geese breeder? Geese make excellent addition to your poultry or farm. They get rid of weeds as well as insects. You could also sell them as pets specially the goslings, or for meat and their eggs. And so here is a basic guide for geese breeders.

You do not have to be afraid of geese as most beginners are. For the experienced geese breeders, they know that geese can be rather pleasant, especially those that have been raised since the gosling stage. The first thing you should do is set up the place for geese. You will not have geese right away but goslings. They will need warmth most of the time so build them a house filled with sawdust. Make sure that the windows are also sealed by fine wire. Next, for geese breeders to ensure the safety of geese from wild animals if there are any, build a fence high enough to keep them out, at least five feet in height. Also, make sure that water as well as shade is available for geese in its surroundings. This means you should have trees and many other plants to have a cool atmosphere. Next, decide which breed to raise. There is a breed suitable for having eggs, there is also another breed good for meat. You could also have both if you want.

The next step for geese breeders is to now breed the geese. First, choose female geese that are large. Use one gander for three females and allow them to start mating one month before breeding season. You will also need to have nest boxes ahead of time. Having them makes the gathering of eggs easier. Make sure they have enough sawdust to keep the eggs from breaking. If you want the eggs to be incubated naturally, then leave them with the female geese. Just be sure to provide much water and food. Female geese make good mothers and so you will not have to worry about incubators or broody hens to hatch the eggs. The eggs will appear in around a month. But if you gather them daily, your geese will have to lay more eggs.
 

 

 

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