The Sebastopol Goose is by far one of the sweetest most personable goose I have ever owned. They are absolutely beautiful, graceful and love to be around people.
I free range my flock, but of course keep them in the coop at night for protection. This is a medium size goose that are very easy keepers. The Sebastopol goose does not require a pond, they very satisfied with a kiddie pool to swim and bathe in a couple of times a week.
Our flock is very good at letting us know when we have visitors. They begin to jabber and greet most people who come to visit. These geese are sometimes referred to as the curly goose.
The Sebastopol goose does not fly, and they do require a little more shelter in the cold months. Like all other geese, they lay in the spring and have been known to hatch their own eggs.
Typically, goslings that hatch out solid yellow are ganders or males. The gosling that are hatch with some darker areas of down are females.
We expect to have goslings this spring for sale at $50.00 each. Send us a request if you are interested and we will add you to our list.
I have also added a trio of beautiful grey Saddlebacks to my flock. Goslings/eggs available in spring 2014. Contact me.