Since 1990 Jan Deprez and Ingrid Dewulf have their own company Handsaeme Foie Gras. Here they breed ducks and geese to make liver paste. The company has about a thousand geese and a thousand ducks. The meat of these animals is used to make rillettes and confits, but they also have dried goose meat sausages and a range of meat products in tins and jars. Of course there are also the hams, the foie gras, the duck pâté, the duck breasts and the smoked and dried cold meats. The young geese are taken care of themselves via an incubator. The ducklings are purchased. All the animals eat home-grown maize, wheat and triticale to make sure the food is pure. That is why they also have fifteen hectares of cereal crops.