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What are your geese fed?
Throughout their life on the farm, the geese receive feed that is prepared with the help of a professional nutritionist. He ensures that all feed is appropriate for the geese during the different stag
When do the goslings arrive?
In March, the hens begin laying eggs in their buildings where the feed and water are provided. When they begin nesting, we provide the materials for them and they build their own nests. We do this bec
What is the difference between the Grade #1 and Grade #2 Late Harvest Fatty Liver?
Our #1 Late Harvest Fatty Liver is the larger, fattier of the two grades, therefore produced by the geese in a more limited quantity. If you cut into the two livers, the #1 fatty liver will be “fria
Are the geese kept indoors their entire life?
No. The goslings are kept indoors for the first 12 days as weather changes in South Dakota can be quite severe and during these first 12 days it is too hard to get such young ones back inside if a sto
Are your geese 'organic'?
We have chosen not to pursue organic grains at this time because geese are extremely sensitive to molds (it kills goslings and makes adult males go sterile). All inputs to the geese are inspected on a
What does "free range" mean?
Our geese are cage-free. They are started in straw bedded barns. When they are old enough to walk back into the barn fast enough to not get caught outside in a fast approaching thunderstorm they are g