The Goose Gang


March 6, 2013 by Hannah

The goose gang is the top clique of the farmyard. They manage to convey an air of disdain whilst waddling smoothly away from undesirables, and only permit other members to join them once they have displayed a suitable level of cruelty towards their fellow feathered fowl of the farmyard.

I wouldn’t dream of ever having the audacity to name the geese as I have the turkeys. I’m quite sure that they’ve already picked suitable names for themselves, like Fangbeak or Hen-puncher.

Goose gang

The Goose Gang

3 thoughts on “The Goose Gang

  1. naturalpfg says:

    lol, amazing geese! If you need to know anything about turkeys, have a look at my blog for the answers.

  2. Envious rock there. I tickle small ones from a nearby run to abate erosion and rushing water during heavy rains.

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