Czech goose

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The Czech goose (Czech: Česká husa) is a landrace of domestic goose originating in the Czech lands.

The plumage is white only. The legs and beak are orange. The neck is short and bulky. It exists in 2 forms: with and without a crest on the head.

Ganders generally weigh 5.5-6.6 kg, and females 3.5-5.6 kg. It lays around 10-20 eggs, which weigh 120 g.[1]

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  1. ^ "Czech Goose". Retrieved 2014-01-22. 

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