My geese have their own pasture next door to the goats, however, they do go under the fence and hang out with the goats. I feed them on their own side of the fence to keep the goats from devouring their food. We just had a near blizzard and we've got over a foot of snow on the ground and 3 foot drifts. The geese couldn't get under the fence to their own side until I shoveled them a spot where they normally scoot under the fence, but they aren't using it! The geese have claimed one of the goat's hutches as their own. They have a nest in there too. They do allow the goats inside with them. However, I have two or three ganders (still not sure on the head count) and four or five girls. Now that they are all living in such close proximity due to the snow, we've got all sorts of fighting going on! Yesterday, I found one gander in the goat hutch standing on top of two geese (or one goose and one gander or two ganders, I'm not sure?) and was pecking the heck out of both! I chased him off of them and the one poor bird just laid in the corner with his or her head tucked in fear. I picked that one up and took it to the other side of the fence and he/she now has private quarters and has no desire to re-join the flock. I'm not sure what to do in this situation? If I can't get them back on their own side of the fence then I'm stuck standing guard when I feed them to keep the goats away from the goose food. I do have food out for them on the goose side of the fence with a path dug to it in the snow. They could get over there and eat it if they're hungry enough, but they don't seem to be making the effort.