Super African Goose
The Super Dewlap African Goose is a massive bird of the African variety. While some breeders believed this type of goose originated in Africa, their genetic lineage is distinctly Chinese. Why they are referred to as an African Goose is unknown. However, it was customary to give new breeds of waterfowl exotic names, despite their true origination.
The Super Dewlap African Goslings are quite adaptable and have a rapid maturity rate. Also, these birds can be cross bred with other breeds of geese to create larger breeds.
Super Dewlap African Geese have a very distinct plumage pattern which many have come to admire. The neck and back are primarily a brown coloration, gradually shading to a lighter gray on the underside. A dark brown and black stripe runs down the length of their back. The knob and bill are black, and the feet are orange. All of our breeding stock have nice dewlap under their bills.
African Geese are the leanest of the large waterfowl, making them a very popular breed. They also carry themselves with an attractive stance and posture, yielding a stately demeanor. When they’re parts of a flock, their size causes them to attract a great deal of attention.