Hi, everyone, This is my first goose flock ever (6 brown Chinese and 8 American Buff) and the oldest ones are six months old now. Things have been good so far with behavior. For example, I used to be able to herd them fairly easily - now they do more of what they want to and seem more disobedient, though tney still go in the coop at night, which is the main thing I care that they do. One of the geese, gander, the guy with the biggest knob, is apprently the defender and has started putting me on the defensive when I approach them by lowering his head as if to bite. I have all kinds of notions on the best way to solve this - I suspect I'll get conflicting answers if I ask, too, but what would you suggest I do so that I don't end up having a miserable relationship with this guy? I've been trying to make him back down by moving in his direction when he scares me, but I'm not sure that's going to solve our dispute, either. I don't want to be one who has bad stories to tell about biting, chasing geese. I'd rather they like me or at least not see me as an enemy.