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Geese in way south Florida

Posted by corrie22 10 (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 27, 09 at 20:55

I'm totally new to geese, but I want some! ;-)

After reading until I'm crosseyed, I think I've decide on getting three French Toulouse. Just the regular common ones, one gander and two hens.

I know me, these will be pets and have a three acre grove to run around in.

What can you guys tell me about them? am I making a mistake??
I don't even know what kind of house to make for them!

Thanks everyone
Corrie


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RE: Geese in way south Florida

easy keepers, affectionate towards owners, but aggrsseive to everyone else. Once theyre past baby stage they almost care for themselves. Protect them from dogs (the ones that are brave enough to try )
josh


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RE: Geese in way south Florida

Thanks Josh!

I really don't want a dog, so that's what the geese would be for = watch-geese.

I'm thinking about regular French Troulouse, if I can find any.

Corrie


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