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This breed must be purchased as Straight Run, or as Male/Female pairs. We cannot sell more females than males of this breed.
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Straight Run (Day-Old Random Gender)
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Males (Day-Old Ganders)
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is a domestic breed originating in France and a descendant of the Wild Greylag. This large goose breed is among the best egg layers of heavyweight breeds, laying up to 40 large goose eggs per year.
does not generally thrive well in mixed flocks due to its placid and subdued disposition, though its temperament does cater well to confinement.
are also an excellent goose for large gardens and orchards because their enormity prevents them from flying well and they will not wander far.
This prolific and popular barnyard goose is one of the more common gray geese found on farms or in small home flocks. It is an extremely practical breed and can be crossed with many breeds to produce excellent meat birds, though a pure bred
can be raised for meat as well.
have large oval shaped heads with long heavy necks. They have thick bodies and broad chests and exhibit mostly different shades of gray plumage with some white in the lower abdomen area. The back and tail feathers are usually a dark gray, fading to a lighter shade toward the neck and chest region. The
is a beautiful breed that can be enjoyed for its practicality and aesthetic purposes.
was originally a French breed, but the breed was refined extensively in England throughout the 19th century into the beautiful and enormous
breed we know today. The breed was introduced to North America in the early to mid 19th century where it has thrived as a popular and commonly bred domestic breed.
Most of the gray barnyard geese seen in the United States today are either
or the progeny of a
Toulouse Goose Info
Male: 18-20 pounds ; Female: 15-17 pounds
Mostly gray plumage, dark shades on back and tail, lighter gray along chest neck and head, orange bill, reddish orange legs
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Egg Production -
~ 25 - 30 eggs per year
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