Geese Eggs and goslings

We lost one laying goose to the fox in May and another died as a result of a fight. So sad, so we now have 8 geese. We failed to ring them gendar tags after we raised last years goslings. This year we only managed three goslings, but probably a blessing as we can’t keep too many and we are not good at killing them for the table!

I have blown 20 goose eggs for my latest craft project.

I have frozen them raw and made some yummy cakes too.

Categories: Geese

1 thought on “Geese Eggs and goslings

  1. Hi JoHannah, Lovely to catch up with you my blogging friend. Unfortunately I dont have time to do much blogging these days. I wish! We have just come back from two months travelling around Australia in a campervan. We have plans to spend more time over there on a house boat during our freezing winters.
    I just read this post about our geese and thought I could write a book on their stories alone!!! Including those crafted goose eggs that I never get around to marketing.
    My best to you too JoHannah!

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