How much is a Sebastopol geese?
You may order a maximum of 6 Sebastopol goslings, with a maximum of 3 females.
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How many eggs does a Sebastopol goose lay a year?
Sebastopol Geese. Other characteristics of the Sebastopol include orange feet and bill and the eyes are commonly blue. It grows to about 11 and 13.5 pounds. Unfortunately, it lays about 13 to 18 eggs per year, has a fertility rate of about 45%, and typically has poor brooding skills.
What is a good name for a goose?
Cartoon-Inspired Names For Geese
- Gus Goose – A popular Disney character that’s Donald Duck’s cousin, and a lackadaisical goose.
- Goostave Gander.
- Luke Goose.
What is the most expensive goose?
As far as geese go, Sebbies are probably the most expensive with prices for show quality breeding pairs easily hitting $300.
Will pet geese fly away?
Flight: Due to their large size and upright posture, domestic geese can’t really fly, although when alarmed – and with a good tail wind, they can get off the ground several feet and can remain in the air for up to a quarter a mile – particularly when moving downhill.
What kind of bird is a Sebastopol Goose?
Very rare, white (and colored) long curly feathered & blue eyed Sebastopol geese. They have a very sweet and quiet temperament and are easy keepers. Sebastopol geese are listed as a “Threatened” endangered species by the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy.
Are there any Sebastopol Geese still laying eggs?
We have shipped all orders received and many of our geese are starting to go broody (sitting on the nests and no longer laying), therefore we are listing eggs as sold out for the season as we will be incubating the last few eggs laid this season.
What kind of geese are available for sale?
We offer the American Buff Goose, Brown African Goose, Brown Chinese Goose, Pilgrim Goose, Tufted Roman Goose, and White Chinese Goose.
What kind of geese live in Moonlight Valley?
We have the following colors: (Buff Saddleback, Buff splash, Grey splash, Grey Saddleback, Lavender splash, Smooth Breasted White & Curly Breasted White). For more information on these rare and beautiful geese, please visit the Livestock Conservancy.