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  • African Geese
    $28.99$36.52

    African Geese  The African goose originated from the wild Asian Swan Goose of China. It was introduced into Europe in the late 1700s and into…

  • $21.13$32.01

    Brown Chinese Geese Brown Chinese Geese Brown Chinese Geese are smaller than the White Chinese Geese, with identical coloring to the African Goose. Chinese geese are generally…

  • Buff Geese
    $25.95$39.37

    Buff Geese It is interesting that the buff color is not common in wild waterfowl. Most other domestic and wild geese have combinations of white,…

  • Buy Sebastopol gooseBuy Sebastopol goose
    $70.99$160.00

    Buy Sebastopol goose Buy Sebastopol goose are probably our most unique appearing goose. You would think that a bird such as this would have been bred…

  • $25.95$39.37

    Pilgrim Geese Pilgrim Geese For Sale were developed in the early 1900s in Iowa. Pilgrim Geese are a calm, quiet breed and are excellent foragers.…

  • Sebastopol Geese
    $92.21$139.71

    Sebastopol Geese Sebastopol Geese are one of our most unusual and beautiful breeds of waterfowl. The Sebastopol has frizzled or spiraled white feathers — long…

  • Toulouse Geese
    $13.38$25.77

    Toulouse Geese Uses: Utility – meat, especially when crossed with Embden Geese. As a broody although due to their size, can break their eggs. Eggs: 20 to…

  • tufted roman geese for sale
    $23.14$35.06

    Tufted Roman Geese The Roman breed appears to have originated in Italy and is one of the oldest breeds. It is not a large goose…

  • Weeder Geese
    $25.17

    Weeder Geese Turn our Weeder Geese Group loose in your strawberries, corn, or cotton and let them do the weeding — they leave your crop…

  • White Chinese Geese
    $53.32$63.96

    White Chinese Geese As with the African goose, the Chinese goose originates in China from the wild Asiatic Swan goose. The most distinguishing feature of…

  • White Embden Geese
    $15.20$23.03

    White Embden Geese White Embden Geese originated by the Em River in Germany and were first brought to the United States in 1821. Embden Geese…