Hello All... So when we bought this place, there were three geese on the pond, and they would come up to the dock to eat the floating catfish feed when the old owner would be feeding the fish.. Fine. An occasional treat once a day. We now have five geese, one pet and two with their mom and dad out by the pond. We feed the fish every night and have a Docktail.. The geese would eat the fish food that floated to the shore, as it has molasses in it, we assumed it was a treat for them. The gander dad has started eating the small fish that come in to nibble the feed, and one of the boys has started doing it as well, following in Gander's lead. At first the gander would just strike at the fish in annoyance as he was trying to eat nibbles. He would occasionally accidentally grab a fish and spit it out before, but having tried one, so to speak, he is now actively fishing.. If a fish is too large, he breaks it down into smaller pieces and then eats it.. I'm somewhat freaked out by this. They all get Flock Raiser, and graze on the grass up here, but I was wondering if anyone has ever heard of this, or experienced it, or what??? So far, he is healthy and seem to have no problems getting the fish in and out, if you follow my drift.. But what the heck??? Am I missing some protein in their diet? I think the FR has something like 19% protein.. I'm perplexed.. Thank you! Post script: We aren't out there during the main part of the day, so cannot say if he's eating fish only when we are present, or has made them a part of his diet..