Spring before last (2011) I went to the local feed store, for of course chicken food. I can never resist the urge to see what chicks are for sell in the spring. To my surprise was the last goose gosling, and leave it to me to get into something that I had no information about. Seeing that I couldn't find any goose goslings around, I raised this gosling with ducklings. This gosling and ducks were raised in my chicken coop (Pics below). Then, last spring I once again got another gosling at the local feed store. I also located a goose breeder near by and bought 2 quite large sized goslings. These 4 geese are either grey African, or grey Chinese; I'm unsure how to tell the difference between those two breeds. My grandmother surprised me with a toulouse goose from a local farmers market. With hours of discovering just what needs geese are when I got my first gosling, I believe I'm fulfilling their needs. They are very, very vocal. That's just some background information, now for the questions. I'm unsure if the housing I have now is proper for 5 geese. (photo's shown below) The housing is 100% predator proofed, as I could go into further detail if you would like. Another question, What sex are these 5 geese. As you may or may not have read, one of the grey Africans is much larger than the rest as he is one year older. The other 3 are about the same size. Behavior wise, the largest grey African tends to stay on the outside of the flock while the other 3 stay huddled close together. The toulouse goose tends to stay near the outside as a loner, it looks like a female goose to me for some reason. You can take my opinion with a grain of salt as this is my first time raising geese. Thanks for taking your time to read ans assist in any way possible. If I left any information out then please let me know. (If you need better pics to determine the sex of the geese, then please tell me how to take the picture to best help) *I used to raise chicken (Silkie, Cochin, Barred Rock) First outside run, fenced in small woven wire. One strand of electric wire goes around the top of this run. This electric fence is set up for cattle, so needless to say I'd like to see a predator try to climb this fence. The bushes are the only thing the geese won't eat. Inside of the coop, I read that they like to bury their eggs so I have the straw about one foot deep. Below the straw is concrete floors. I added the pine tree for Christmas and never removed it... :3 The back run, I expect to fix that pond this spring. Currently the 5 geese have access. Is this run large enough to have a breeding pair of geese, with half of the inside building? I was hoping you could sex the geese with this picture. We are currently under a ice storm warning so I may not be able to get some better pics for a bit.