Angel Wing in 6 weeks old Gosling

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Re: Angel Wing in 6 weeks old Gosling

Postby Spela » Sun Aug 04, 2013 5:51 pm

dorsetduckowner wrote:Fantastic job! We have one goose with Angel Wing and they were raised feral so had a totally natural diet. It can sometimes be genetic, so perhaps this is the case here.
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That's interesting to know. Do you think I should consider not breeding the same pair again, since there was a case of angel wing among their goslings? Or is it a thing that occurs and cannot be completely prevented, even by careful selection of geese to be bred?
I know it's silly, but here it is: Mr. and Mrs. Gossmann's FB page: https://www.facebook.com/GoskiGossmann :)
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Re: Angel Wing in 6 weeks old Gosling

Postby dorsetduckowner » Wed Aug 07, 2013 9:22 am

Very hard to say, I hope a goose expert will have an opinion?
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