Organic farming of geese

The geese are original and territorial ducks can be raised with ease if you have adequate grazing area even in the absence of ponds or streams.

The breeding geese begins with the preparation of the shelter where they will spend the first few days in seclusion so that they can get used to their home and back every evening after grazing.

The geese are gregarious animals and territorial form groups and integrate easily with other ducks.

Geese for sale can be found by someone you know or local markets and alternatively can be acquired for goose eggs to incubate fertilized.

The feeding of geese in nature is based on grass and various plants and can be supplemented with fresh vegetables, organic feed specific and drenched or mash made from durum wheat. It is also possible to administer the geese kitchen scraps of vegetable origin as remnants of vegetables, pasta, etc..In the enclosure there should always be fresh, clean water.

If you have a garden or a garden, make sure that the geese will not be able to access it otherwise will raid of plants, flowers, vegetables and the rest of the plant.

The admission of geese can be made to limit grazing area to facilitate access and can be integrated with the nests to lay their eggs or hatching.

During the night it is necessary to close the chicken coop or enclosure to prevent the intrusion of predators that could raid of geese and their eggs.

Geese are generally monogamous and reach maturity at 8-9 months of life, a period in which they must be intended for sacrifice with the conduct or reproduction. It is becoming more widespread with the breeding of geese as pets or ornamental.

For its territorial character, the goose does not hesitate to attack intruders in their territory.

Farmaker features artifacts (also custom made) for domestic farming and organic geese.