Tag Archives: Geese

Gathering Goose Eggs — If You Can Find Them

Gathering Goose Eggs — If You Can Find Them

Geese are not particularly prolific layers, as poultry go. The top producers might lay about four dozen eggs per year, which gives goose eggs their high value.   The large white eggs are most often hatched to raise goslings for holiday roast goose. The eggs are also prized for creating craft items such as decorative… Read More »

How to Pluck a Goose

How to Pluck a Goose

A century ago the goose was considered among the most desirable species of the farm yard, and while many of its traits are still apparent to those who keep them, their popularity decreased as breeding practices for marketability of poultry advanced. Why raise a goose that will be in its prime for cooking in about… Read More »

Green Goose: The Cook’s View of the Goose Tribe

Green Goose: The Cook’s View of the Goose Tribe

By: Victoria Brady Thehistoricfoodie.wordpress.com   While some undoubtedly keep geese as pets or raise them just to sell, country folk and homesteaders often raise them for the table. This has not changed since the beginning of Goosedom. The noble turkey springs to mind when thinking of a special occasion meal but, while less common, the… Read More »