What Geese Eat |Treat OptionsGrubs and mealwormsBlack oil sunflower seedsSprouted grains or foddersDandelions,plantain,chickweedGarden discardsGrass (free range) or grass clippingsGrapes and many fruit optionsFrozen peas,corn,carrotsCooked rice,pasta,potatoesEarthworms and slugs
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What can I Feed my pet geese?
An ideal diet for geese would be 80%+ fresh grass, supplemented with grains. Geese eat around the clock as their bodies digest food very quickly. If no fresh grass is available, you can offer them green colored, sweet smelling, high quality grass hay or fresh vegetables.
How do you get a goose to eat your food?
Throw food near the geese. Large bits of popcorn or whole wheat bread which will float can be thrown into water. The brief submersion will help break the foods down and make them more digestible. Most food, though, should be tossed a meter or so in front of the geese on land.
What can I give my goose for a treat?
If no fresh grass is available, you can offer them green colored, sweet smelling, high quality grass hay or fresh vegetables. When offering a new food, whether it is a type of grass, grain, or even a tasty treat, geese tend to be slow and regard it with suspicion.
What do geese eat in the winter?
Like most waterfowl, geese eat aquatic plants like seaweed, kelp and watercress. However, geese generally feed on the land rather than on water. Geese may eat small aquatic insects or even small fish, though meat is certainly not their preferred diet.