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Where do you get your eggs?
Last Updated: 07/26/2012
All of our goose eggs are from our farm.  We are, first and foremost, a goose hatchery and farm.  All of our eggs go to our incubators first (except for some that become our XL and Jumbo -  just too big for the incubator trays!) .  After approximately 10 days in the incubator, all of the eggs are candled (held to a bright light to see if a gosling is developing in the egg).  Eggs that are infertile are removed and taken to our eggery to become craft eggs.

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