· The Domestic Waterfowl Club of Great Britain
· The British Waterfowl Association"; $aka = ""; $history = "Bred originally from a cross from the local geese and Chinese. Known as a pure breed from 1932 in Europe."; $characteristics = "Available in Blue, Grey, Buff, Cream and white in Europe but here onlyGraham Hicks keeps Grey most are Blue. They are distinctive in that they have a black bean on an orange bill with black seration marks around the edge of the mouth. Feet and legs orange. Uniform grey blue feathering.

A medium goose with a very straight neck, strongwith a sloping back line. They should not have a paunch as a young bird although most are dual lobed as adults. Keels are a disqualifying factor in this breed."; $breed_tips = "Known as a Kampfganse ie fighting goose which is shown by the short strong bill useful for defending yourself. In keeping them I have yet to find an aggressive one they seem similar temperament to the Chinese (i.e. will protect if provoked but mostly amenable)."; $purpose = ""; $classification = ""; $origin = "Germany / Northern Europe / Thuringen Area"; $egg_color = ""; $egg_numbers = ""; include "template_goose_breeds.php"; ?>