I've had an email from Eilene about collecting goose eggs for incubation, so if you have any tips that would be great. Eilene said " I have a female African goose and a male White Chinese goose, she just started laying eggs i have 2 so far. I never know when their will be one. If i wanted to start incubating them how long do i have to get them collected and put in the incubator. What kind of incubator would you suggest? She doesn't sit on the egg."
"Eggs can be kept for about 7 days before incubation, the eggs are stored at an angle with the pointed end down and need to be turned 3 or 4 times a day. I would suggest an incubator where you can have an automatic egg turner so that job is done for you."
Let me know if you have any tips for Eilene. Thanks Sara