Chicken eggs under broody goose?
Could be our only hope. I have a mini-dome bator, and for the entertainment value it's brought our household, it was probably worth the $12, but we've had no success in hatching anything, but we're still "toying" with it.
We have no roo so finding fertile eggs has been solved through Craig's list. Last night we visited a gal who had the most stately Brahma Roo I'd ever seen, so the two fertile eggs she sold me hold even more hope.
(My memories of roosters reach back to my childhood, watching my older brothers imprisoned flock of mad, RIR's fighting and screeching, so overall roos have a hard time impressing me!)
Back home, we discovered one of our geese has gone broody. I could slip the chicken eggs under her if it would work.