We have 7-8 week old goslings - almost fully feathered. They get into the cracked corn out for squirrells and whistler ducks that stop by. It's in a pan on the ground and they see it and RUN yelling "CANDY!!!!!!!!!!" and stuff their little faces! Parents eat it too. It's 101 degrees here and I noticed they are getting little bulges under their belly next to their legs. Is that FAT? Is the corn making them too hot and too FAT for this TEXAS weather???? What else would you feed them? 7-8 weeks and I'm feeding mix of 20% mazzuri starter with Flock Raiser mixed in. Some Mazzuri 14% waterfowl maintenance mixed in for the parents too. Corn = FAT = HEAT = BAD???