So, 2 years ago, I bought a pair of Buffs. The breeder sexed the adults, I thought, but with time and eggs it became apparent that he sold me two geese. Fortunately, I hatched out a young gander from another bloodline, so I thought it would be OK. Now for the TMI part: The girls are laying, and the gander is mounting, but he's not making the , ahem, "connection." I watched them breeding the other day, and saw a trickle of "gosling juice" trickle down the side of the bottom bird. I believe that Jr. is getting his jollies 'midst the soft feathers and the eggs are not fertile. The females are SO uh, "excited" that it turns into a three-way, with birds stacked 3-high. They seem to take turns on top. If it weren't for that trickle and the fact that two of them don't tuck their tails when up-top, I would believe I had three females. The two geese hold up their tails when in the water. It seems that they are trying their best to be "easy." What can I do, if anything? The geese I bought as adults are both laying. The gander would be coming up to two years old.