Anser Anser is the common wild grey geese of Europe, also called the Greylag. The Greylag is said to be the ancestor of all our domestic geese, and the common goose of Britain undoubtedly was the English Grey, although a white variety existed, and the Grey Back (Saddleback) may have come from an intercross.
Picture: The Greylag Goose
Raised primarily for meat and production of feathers.
The following Geese are classified as Ornamental geese in South Aftica:
All foreign wild geese breeds
All breeds of South African wild geese.