Cotton Patch Geese
Cotton Patch Geese are a heritage breed and are listed as critically endangered by the American Livestock Conservancy. They were once used to weed cotton and corn fields in the southeastern United States until the 1950s and introduction of herbicides.
Cotton Patch geese have pink or orange-pink bills, lightweight bodies and the ability to fly. They are a light-medium sized goose. They are known for their friendly, non-aggressive personality.
These geese are sexable at hatching. Females are a dark gray and ganders are yellow.
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