Geese Farming Tips

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Raising geese is considered as one of the most notable endeavors in the field of farming.

This might be difficult for first-time farmers, but it will yield remarkable rewards soon that no other poultry-related business can provide.

Geese farming is indeed tiring, especially for the novice farmers. However, if you know how to handle this business, its daily process will be an exciting one. If you are reading this article, it means that you are exploring some facts about geese farming tips. Here are the details that you shouldn’t have to miss:

Where to Start When Raising Geese?

The fundamental process of geese farming involves the selection of a right breed. Your preferred goose should match to your purpose. Whether you opt to raise geese for meat, eggs or to weed your patch, you have to make the right choice. There are some geese that are best for hobby purposes while some are perfect for profit-making. Before choosing the best breed, make sure that you research. You can pick African, Egyptian, Canadian or other breeds. After choosing the best breed, you have to prepare your wide track of land. If you have multiple geese, a bigger land area is advised. It is also best to settle some spaces for the eggs to keep them away from pests and extreme temperatures.

Goose Pasture Preparation

A good pasture is very essential in this farming. With accurate shelter and space, you are assured to have a high-breed goose. If you don’t know the exact procedures on how to take good care of your geese, you can also ask some assistance from experts. If you are a wide-reader, you can also get some pertinent details through reading books or online browsing. Once you prepare a good pasture, you have to prepare other essential devices needed for raising geese.

Revealed Facts about Geese Farming

In raising geese, you have to ensure a perfect location. An acre of space is enough to handle various geese. It is also best to watch out for the hatched eggs. Once a female lays an egg, it often takes a few months before it hatches. In most cases, fertilized eggs can be brought. However, it is essential to work towards farming natural eggs. Expert farmers also claim that properly handling of eggs is very vital. An ordinary goose can sit on ten or more eggs at hand. Another factor that you should consider is the weather condition. If you have more geese, you have to secure them especially during cold seasons.

Achieve Success with Farming

Not everyone knows how to handle geese farming. At first, you may assume that its process is very hard. However, as you go on to its regular routine, you will just find it exciting and effective. If you have a huge acre of land and don’t know what do, why not deal with geese farming? Its meats or eggs are very in demand, giving you a chance to earn more.

14 Comments

  • 1. amos job oduori said on 10/11/2012 11:46:02 AM
    I wish to start a geese farm in Muhoroni , Kenya on a 10 acre piece of land. I need a strategic partner, to help finance project.
  • 2. Muhammed Opeoluwa said on 11/5/2012 1:53:00 PM
    Ijebu Ode,Ogun State, Nigeria. Hello, i am from Nigeria and i have experiences in poultry farming(chicken) and want to start the geese farming help me on how to get the breed in Nigeria am really intrested.
  • 3. heritage said on 2/10/2013 12:50:05 PM
    Pls, i am interested in geese production in nigeria and i will need contact of anybody. i can contact here in south west nigeria to get.
  • 4. Oladejo James said on 4/15/2013 3:42:47 AM
    I am very interested in geese farming, I have looked everywhere in Nigeria but still can not find to buy. Please I will appreciate if you can link me up with geese farmers in Nigeria from whom I can buy good breeds for profit making or if I can as well import I don't mind. I will appreciate your feedback, thanks.
  • 5. Ugochukwu MbakweU said on 6/26/2013 12:58:50 PM
    I'm a Nigerian and I'm interested in geese farming,how do I get good breed.I'm in Aba Abia state. thank you
  • 6. Adewole moses said on 7/18/2013 5:58:42 PM
    I am from ondo state, nigeria. Please how can i get very good breed of goose to start my own farm. Thanks.
  • 7. Yahya said on 9/14/2013 11:41:07 PM
    I am a geese farmer and i sell breeding stock, fertilized geese eggs, etc. contact me on 08033817695
  • 8. Adedeji Adegbuyi Fasanya said on 10/18/2013 8:33:07 AM
    Goose farming is good as its not for every faint hearted individual. its also lightly capital requiring when u want to do it in medium or large scale. getting good breeding stock is not very easy to come by in Africa as a whole, but its not impossible. be sure u don't buy any claimed hatching egg that is out of season as most goose our season layer.
  • 9. Jauntyfarms said on 11/19/2013 1:58:25 PM
    We are into livestock production and fruits/crop planting. just of recent, i have been surfing d internet, gathering information about geese. i want to add its to my livestock collections. i have Guineafowl, Turkey, Duck, and chicken, i also have goats. i love farming and intend to build a business empire thru farming...
  • 10. DELE OGUNBEKUN SNR said on 8/15/2014 5:45:52 AM
    AM INTERESTED IN GEESE FARMING. PLS I NEED TO KNOW EVERY DETAILS ABOUT GEESE PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA. THANKS
  • 11. balogun lukman said on 12/9/2014 5:45:45 AM
    I LOVE THE IDEAL, BUT KINDLY SUPPLY ME WITH INFORMATION WHERE TO GET GOOD HATCH-ABLE GEESE EGGS. I AM IN IBADAN OYO STATE
  • 12. Mujtaba Buhari said on 3/1/2015 10:58:07 AM
    I want to start geese farming. I need basic information about it, please help!
  • 13. Kola Amazng grace farms said on 10/20/2015 12:58:47 PM
    I need a reliable source of egg and meat geese in my farm located in Ibadan. Kindly link me up.
  • 14. Kola Amazing grace farms said on 10/20/2015 1:02:23 PM
    Geese needed at Kola Amazing Grace Farms, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria.
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