West of England Geese
West of England Geese (like Pilgrim Geese) are an autosexing
breed. These two breeds are the only true auto-sexing geese that can
be sexed at hatch.
Ganders are white and geese are grey and white. Both goose and
gander have a slightly pink-orange bill, legs and webs. The West of
England Goose was first standardised in the UK in 1999. Medium
weightwith a mixed parentage/history.
Utility - meat and eggs. Useful autosexing
20 to 50 white eggs per year.
: Gander: 7.3 - 9.1 Kg. Goose: 6.3 - 8.2 Kg.
: Ganders: White. Geese: Pied Grey and White