Between our chickens, geese and ducks, our egg production has been eggs-ceptional! (Sorry, that was bad.)
For comparison of sizes, the eggs across the top of above photo are from our chickens. The two on the left of the bottom row are from ducks, and the big honker, next to the avocado to give an idea of size, is a goose egg.
Goose eggs are . . . great, big eggs!
I fried the goose egg this morning. The skillet it's in measures 10" across. The yolk is a full 3" across. Wouldn't it be fun to dye some goose eggs for Easter? What about making deviled eggs with them? Gollywampus!
We currently have 3 female geese and the egg shown is the first one we've gotten this year. The 4 female ducks have gone into production in a big way, and for the past week or so we've been getting three or four duck eggs each day. The 13 female chickens, not wanting to be called slackers, are giving us 10 to 12 eggs a day.
If this keeps up, I may find it profitable to put a stand out at the end of our driveway and start selling eggs.