I’ve had many questions about the details of my goose coop over the years. I’ve been asked why I built a separate goose coop, what does a goose coop need and was it difficult to build? I decided to answer those questions. The coop was built specifically for my 2 Sebastopol geese. It eventually became […]
Geese are picky birds. They’ll nibble at anything but they are very particular about what they actually eat. I’ve had to try all sorts of different food combinations to find what they like for a special treat.
Hatching goslings under a mother goose has its pros and cons. There are advantages to a mother goose that getting goslings or hatching yourself don’t offer, and one of them certainly is the bond between gosling and goose.
Broody geese can be a bit more picky than broody chickens, and there are a few things that make raising a flock from the nesting box more complicated with geese. Fortunately, there are options for would-be goose breeders.
Goslings and ducklings have unique requirements unlike baby chickens or other land birds. They need plenty of water, and they are determined to make a remarkable mess. Here are a few of the steps I take to prepare my brooder before the arrival of baby waterfowl.
In response to the popularity of our 12 Questions Before Your Chickens Arrive post, and because we are once again prepping a brooder box for a gaggle of goslings, here are some things to consider before adding geese to your farm. These are some of the questions I get asked most frequently as a goose-keeper, […]