The Goose Club is open to anyone in any country who is interested in domestic geese





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MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL TIME IS HERE AGAIN!!

Renewal notices have been sent to all members. Please renew your membership if you have not already done so.

The Year Book, Breeders Directory and January Journal have been sent out. Please contact the secretary if you have not received your copy






Aims of the Club

  • To bring together anyone with interests in keeping or breeding domestic geese.
  • To encourage members to widen their knowledge and exchange experiences about geese.
  • To promote keeping and breeding of domestic geese, both pure and crossbred, and to assist members in any way, particularly in the welfare of geese.
  • To help preserve all breeds of pure bred domestic geese.
  • To promote the understanding of goose behaviour.


The club publishes a 32 page journal three times a year, full of information, news, anecdotes, shows, sales and members' adverts. It also publishes a Year Book and Breeders Directory. All these publications are free to members.

The club is affiliated to The Poultry Club of Great Britain


Questions or Comments? - Contact the Club




Geese and Equipment for Sale and Wanted

The Goose Club Journal

Books, Calendars and Goodies

Open Days

Why Keep Geese?

Wondering How to Keep Geese?






Avian Influenza Advice

Wondering How You Could Keep Your Geese Under Cover? - Vist The Goose Care Site

Avian Influenza - Information From DEFRA

Visit the Poultry Club web site

Visit the British Waterfowl Association web site

Visit the Domestic Waterfowl Club web site

Visit the Goose Breeds page on Poultrykeeper.com

Visit Dyfed Poultry Society's web site

Visit Metzer Farms - A Californian Waterfowl Hatchery Site

Visit Poultry Book Site

Visit Poultry Pages

Visit German Geese Breeders Site

For information on keeping American Buff geese

For information on table goslings



Site updated 2 March 2014