- Along the line of questioning about ducks, I like eggs
from geese much more, and plan to raise a few geese.
The pool of water is pretty small, about two by four
meters but quite deep. This is in a fenced area about
20 meters square.
I hope to feed them pretty much only during the
egg-layying season (which I believe is only four
months long?) Besides kitchen scraps, I plan to buy
I am hoping to get them to pick through the greenhouse
in the summer to clean out the slugs and such. Any
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Along the line of questioning about ducks, I like geese
Zachary, I've raised geese. Toulouese. And they can survive on grass:
they love grass better than most anything else. They WILL eat a few
bugs, worms, slugs, but feed mostly on tender sweet grass. Summer and
winter if you'll provide it for them.
They like a bit of grain in early spring right before nesting time,
and during the winter. If you had a real pond, you'd have to feed
them less due to the pond life they eat.
Good luck. Geese are good watch dogs, too, and you'll have little
trouble from predators unless you have big game predators.
Jon Wood-Kentucky, zone 6B