What Do Geese Eat?

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Geese are herbivores, which mean that they eat only plant products. They eat grass, grain, wheat, beans, corn, and rice. They also eat plants that grow around lakes and bodies of water.
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Geese belong to the duck family but are slightly bigger in size than the ducks. Unlike the ducks, the geese feed entirely on grass and other herbage and spend very little time in water. When they do swim, they do not dive.
Geese like to eat grass. They basically graze the grass. They also eat grain, corn, barley and wheat. Geese can remove weeds and grass in hard to reach areas. You can find more information here: http://extension.missouri.edu/publications/DisplayPub.aspx?P=G8922
If they can find it geese eat grass, leaves, herbs, and grains. If pickings are slim geese will look in garbage and eat breads, apples pears and whatever they can find. You can find more information here: http://www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/hunt/geese/geesefacts.html
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