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goose help

Postby Edward.21 » Mon Apr 16, 2012 9:15 pm

hello
this is my first post so go easy ;)
im a plumber and while i was doing a job for an nice old lady when she saw some geese on her lawn she went out to shoo them away and found a goose egg so instead of her throwing it away i said i'd take it and see if i could hatch it :?. so here we are a speedy google search an ice box a light bulb and weather staiton later. basicly i have no idea what im doing and would like any advice that anyone has please and thank you
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Re: goose help

Postby Cheviot » Tue Apr 17, 2012 11:06 am

Hi,
there is loads of info on this site about hatching eggs, have a look at the waterfowl section.
If your egg hatches, It is not a good idea to keep just one goose, they are very social birds, you would need to find another fairly newly hatched gosling to raise at the same time, it doesn't have to be the same breed, the other option is to find someone who aready has geese who may be able to take the gosling and rear it with their own youngsters.
Good luck with your egg. :-)17
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Re: goose help

Postby adamntitch » Tue Apr 17, 2012 11:10 pm

mind and turn it 3 times aday at least and have some sort of humitaty in there as well
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