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 Are goose eggs edible?

Answer The eggs of most fowl are edible, and those of geese are no exception. Many people prefer goose eggs to chicken eggs because they have a larger yolk. They also have a higher fat content, and can be... Read More »
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Are turkey eggs bigger than goose eggs?

Turkey eggs are smaller than goose eggs. The average turkey egg is 2.5-inches in length, while the average goose egg is 3 to 3 1/2-inches in length. Wild turkey eggs stand out thanks to their one p... Read More »
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How big are goose eggs?

Goose eggs usually measure approximately 3 to 3-1/2 inches long and 2 to 2-1/2 inches in diameter. During the egg-laying season, female geese lay a new egg about every day and a half.References:Ope... Read More »
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How long do goose eggs last?

Goose eggs have a similar consistency to regular eggs, so, you can use goose eggs to replace regular eggs in recipes. Goose eggs can last for up to three weeks if you cover and refrigerate them. Al... Read More »
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How long will a goose sit on her eggs?

A goose will sit on her eggs for 28 to 30 days from the time she lays her last egg. She will lay anywhere from one to 10 eggs, one a day. When the last one is laid, she will then begin the incuba... Read More »
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