The American Poultry Association (APA) has three weight classifications for geese.
Did you know? Waterfowl are certain wildfowl of the order Anseriformes, especially members of the family Anatidae, which includes ducks, geese and swans. They are strong swimmers with medium to large bodies. They have historically been an important food source, and continue to be hunted as game, or raised as poultry for meat and eggs.
The Chinese goose is a breed of domesticated goose descended from the wild Swan goose. Chinese geese differ from the wild birds in much larger size (up to 5-10 kg in... read more
The Embden goose is a breed of domestic goose. The origins of this breed are thought to be from Northern Europe, in Holland and Germany. The eminent authority, Lewis Wright, was of... read more
The Sebastopol is a breed of domestic goose, descended from the European Graylag. They were also referred to as Danubian geese; a name first used for the breed in Ireland in 1863.... read more
The Toulouse is selected for meat and pate de foie gras (liver pate). The white has blue eyes, the two others brown with an orange outer eye ring. There are two types... read more
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