We have a flock of 5 hens and 1 rooster, 1female pekin duck, 1 female muscovy duck and 1 female chinese (I believe) goose. All get along fairly well. Recently, our female goose has decided that our rooster is her husband. She follows him around and herds him and also tries to keep others (us included) away from him. (Our rooster, so far, has been very low-key and non aggressive) She is also trying to go broody, and tonight, she bit me on the shin. Last straw unless someone can tell me something good. Here's a little background. We never intended to have anything but chickens, and the ducks and goose have all come to us through various means. The pekin was brought to the vet clinic I used to work at because a previous co-worker told them that I would take her. She was still a little yellow duckling then. The muscovy was given to us by some friends getting out of the duck business, and the goose was brought to us from my dh's boss. She was confiscated from a dangerous animal situation when after capturing the aggressive dogs, this little grey gosling wondered up and no one would claim her. So, she came to us. So, is this behavior seasonal or is it just going to continue on for the rest of her life? She's not actively trying to chase any of us humans yet, but seems like that might be on the horizon...? I really do like her, but will not tolerate bullying. Thanks for any advice.