Adopt a Goose

Hello, I'm Biscuit the goose and you can adopt me!​​

I’m Biscuit, one of the gang of geese here at Goodheart Farm Animal Sanctuary. I used to live at the bottom of my previous owner’s garden, but when he moved house, I wasn’t able to come with him.

Whilst the rest of the geese head to the pond for the evening, I prefer the comfort of my very own coop. So each evening, my feathered friends swing by my pad to drop me off. and guess what? The following morning they pick me up again, ready for another day of adventure!

Adopt a goose

Start your goose adoption today

£30.00 each

A personalised goose adoption certificate from our founders

A framed photograph of Biscuit the goose

A beautiful welsh slate coaster engraved with Biscuit’s footprint

A recipe card featuring a delicious plant-based dish to create at home​

A Goodheart fridge magnet, pen, and sheet of stickers ​

Plus regular email updates from Biscuit the goose throughout the year!

Please note, aspects of the box may differ slightly from the above image, for example, the style of pen or photo in the frame but all items listed will be included. We use real straw in our adoption boxes. If you prefer we didn’t in yours, then please get in touch by emailing info@goodheart.org.uk

Click the button below to buy a Biscuit the Goose Adoption Box as a gift. We can either deliver it to you to give in person, or directly to your recipient. There’s also the option to add a gift message to the box free of charge.

Video: Meet Biscuit's friend Brucey

When avian flu restrictions ended on 1st of April and the geese could be let out, Biscuit wanted to make sure no one was left behind and stepped in to help our Animal Carers to herd the rest of the gaggle out of their enclosure!

Social structureGeese are monogamous - which means that when they find a mate, they stay with them for life. Females will lay a clutch of up to 6 eggs, and when the goslings hatch they will stay with their parents for a long time, even joining them on their annual migration.

Learn more about our quirky gaggle of geese!

Our rescued geese all have their own unique rescue stories and special personalities. They now all live in peace and safety at our sanctuary, and enjoy patrolling the yard, splashing in the pond, and greeting visitors!

Watch this video of our geese on patrol in the sanctuary yard…

Fascinating facts about geese

Contrary to popular belief, farmyard geese are not monogamous and a male usually has a harem of three or four female companions. They are, however, extremely dedicated partners and will mourn the loss of a mate.

Geese are particularly territorial during nesting time, and may "hiss" and "honk" when approached.

On the ground, a group of geese is called a gaggle. In the air, a group of geese is called a skein. When flying close together, a group of geese is called a plump!​

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I adopt a goose?

You can adopt Biscuit the goose via the links above, or by clicking here to go directly through to the order form. Click here to adopt a goose as a gift.

Can I sponsor a goose?

Yes, simply head to our Sponsorship page to adopt a rescued goose. When you sponsor an animal, we’ll post you an official sponsorship certificate and a complimentary Goodheart postcard. There’s also the option to choose an email sponsorship and we’ll send you the certificate digitally.

How long does my goose adoption last?

A £30 one-off payment is required to adopt a goose, and your adoption lasts for 12 months. 

Can I adopt a duck?

We do not currently have any rescued ducks at Goodheart Farm Animal Sanctuary. However, by adopting an animal like Biscuit the goose, you’re helping us to expand our sanctuary offering and provide a home for many more animals in the future.