Brecon Buff goose is utilized for both meat and egg production. The Brecon Buff goose is a breed of goose. It’s one of those geese from the United Kingdom, and it was really developed from the Brecon Beacons area of South Wales.
It Was Made by Rhys Llewellyn from the early 1930s. He really crossed some buff geese’sports’ from a flock of grey and white geese having an Embden gander and then a gander from this hatch with a set of buff geese.
Brecon Buff Goose Characteristics
Brecon Buff goose is a breed with buff plumage. It’s readily distinguished from it is larger relative, the American Buff Gooseby the weight but in addition also by its pink beak and feet of it. There should be no white feathers under their brow, in their primary or secondary feathers.
The Brecon Buff goose is an active, alert and hardy breed of goose. The geese lay around 10-25 eggs per year. They look after their young and create a broody bird that is fantastic.
These birds become very tame if handled nicely, and are also very good as pets.
The average mature body weight of the Brecon Buff ganders is between 7.3 and 9.1 kg. And typical adult body weight of these geese range from 6.3 to 8.2 kg.
The standard for the Brecon Buff Goose released in The Feathered World October 19, 1934, also originally was approved at the Poultry Club’s meeting of October 12, 1934, and appears in the next issue of the British Poultry Standards in 1954.
Brecon Buff Goose Breed Information
|Breed Name||Brecon Buff|
|Breed Purpose||Meat, eggs|
|Special Notes||Very hardy and active, alert, geese are good broody and look after their young very well, become very tame, can be good as pets, quite slow to grow, excellent grazers, do very well in the extensive management system|
|Breed Class||Medium to large|
|7.3 to 9.1 Kg|
|Geese||6.3 to 8.2 Kg|
|Climate Tolerance||All climates|
|Egg Productivity||10-25 eggs per year|
|Country/Place of Origin||United Kingdom|