I have 2 ten month old geese and 6 ten month old runner ducks that all live happily together. They all free range in the yard all day and are cooped together overnight. The geese pretty much raised the ducks. I also have two call ducks (added later) that share the same coop, but in a large wire crate to protect them from my goose who views the pair as invaders. She used to be bad about going after them, but isn't so bad about it now. I am having a hard time deciding whether I want to add some goslings this year and running out of time to decide; as the breed and color I want sell out early. In your experience with geese, will goslings be accepted fairly quickly and smoothly if, after the brooder period, I add them to the waterfowl coop? My plan, should I decide to order them, is to brood them seperately for a few weeks and then add them to the coop, seperated and protected in another large wire crate like the one I have for my calls. The wire crate for my calls takes up enough room in the coop; I don't want to add another one if it has to be a permanent fixture. The waterfowl hatchery I plan to use sells either straight run or sexed pairs, so I want to order two pairs; otherwise with my luck I will end up with one goose and three ganders. The coop is 14 X 16 ft. and again, only used as sleeping quarters. They free range in a nearly 1 acre yard during the day and have a few hours of free ranging over several acres in the evenings. Input please?