I have some 2-3 month old goslings and I'm amazed. They're like no animal I've ever seen.
I'm stunned to observe there is no bullying between them.
Where all other birds and animals tend to peck or snap at others, and get really rough and argue over food, I have never seen one snap from any of these birds.
They're never nasty to each other, never bite, peck or jostle, everyone makes room for the others at the bowl without concern, and the biggest gander is such a lovely gentleman!
He watches the safety of all the others, and actually stands back from the food guarding everyone else and waits for his turn last.
He actually showed this instinct even at just a few hours old where if you picked up another gosling for a cuddle he would call until you gave it back.
I was told geese tended to be aggressive but I've never seen such naturally gentle birds!
My only thought is perhaps the ganders will be more likely to be aggressive when they grow up ... any pointers on handling between now and then to avoid that issue? I wouldn't want these lovely gentle ganders to feel they have to turn on me at any point ...