Hello. I'm new to the site, and probably a bit younger than most of those that are asking for help or advice. I have been stalking this forum for a couple of months now, and it has helped with a lot of issues concerning the thirty-one birds that my mom and I care for. The reason that I am making this thread, though, is because I've been unable to find information on what I should do for my current situation. I have two American Buff goslings and two Indian Runner ducklings that we had bought at the same time, and they have never left each others' sides for more than a couple of minutes. They are around three to four weeks old at the moment, and will start crying whenever one of their siblings is removed from their area. My current problem is that one of the goslings bites. A lot. It was a pretty bad issue in the first week as well, as the gosling would pull the baby down from it's goose sibling, but we believed that it had outgrown that habit. That is, until this morning. When we went in to check on them, that same gosling was going after it's sibling, biting at it's wing. We separated them for a while before returning them to one another. Within five minutes, it had bitten it's siblings' wing again and actually caused the just-budding feathers there to break. So, at the current moment, we have both geese separated from each other as well as their duck siblings. I'm asking for advice on how to get the one gosling to stop biting, and I'm also looking for advice on how to care for the broken blood feathers on the other gosling, without having to pull the feathers or take it to an avian vet, as we don't have one that is close by. Are there any risks that can come from not pulling the broken feathers? I've stopped the bleeding for now, but I don't know what more to do.