They should be the size of a medium dog and come this winter,they might be happy in tight quarters.You get worse winter weather than I do and it can be brutal here.I was reading about deep litter for the geese this winter and found out it produces heat.Now I know why people do it but I don't think I will.
I did the deep litter for the chickens, I didn't like it but it does work.
He researched and found out they shoukd be 29 inches tall once mature, he said he can always add to one wall and remove the planks if need be.
Yeah robin I just let him do his thing, it's better if I don't make suggestions.
Dale is sooooo slow,too.His friends nick named him "Snail".I have to keep on him to get started on things but once he gets going,it's done right.I'm trying to get him to build the goose house now so I can get them out of the grow out pen before they turn it into a pond.Yesterday I made a slight change and told him we're leaving a bigger space between the coop and goose house for the goats next year.He had no comment.
I did see one thing, a new toy. The pull string hanging down from the light fixture. If it's long enough I can guarantee one will be standing up against the wall grabbing it. I'm telling you, these guys are curious about everything.
Mine watched the special access my dogs had to get to the enclosed porch into the house. It was setup in a way that no one would know it was there. Billie watched the dogs and one day I heard hooves on the wood floor. I have never figured out how he got his horns past the uprights on the handrail.
I need to get cinder blocks and plywood(it will take multiple trips).Then start putting the goose house together and get them out of the grow-out pen.Water out there would be nice but the hose reaches out there.I have an extension cord running out there but real electric would be nice.Dale and I need to learn some new skills.