Rare Breed Embden Goose Eggs

Uttoxeter, Staffordshire

£3

Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age:2 Years 6 Months 16 Days

Pet Breed: Geese

Microchipped: nul

Vaccinations: nul

Neutered: nul

Ad Expired/Closed

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Pet Description

Our rare pure-breed exhibition Embden Geese are now laying. A good goose should lay for Valentine\'s Day, however our geese started to lay on the 5th of January! When people think of an Embden, they think of a commercial bird. Commercial Embden crosses are not at all rare. However, exhibition Embdens are. You can tell an Embden is exhibition by looking at its eyes and height. Exhibition embdens stand taller and have bright blue eyes. Commercials are rounder and shorter; they have brown eyes. Our hatching eggs are just 3.00 each. If more than 6 are bought, we can do you a good price. Please contact us for more information on this. Postage can be arranged; please contact us for postage costs. We only currently have all of our females laying. The eggs have been tested for fertility, with 100% fertility results. Please contact us for more information. Thank you.

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