I have two female toulouse who are about 1 1/2 years old. They both went majorly broody this year but *obviously* didn't hatch anything out. I finally got them to break broodiness about a month ago. I am getting 9 toulouse goslings that are being shipped to me on tuesday from murray. I wish I could have gotten them when the girls were broody but that didn't happen. I am SO EXCITED!!!!!!!! My two girls free range with the chickens and are bonded pretty well with them. They are the bouncers of the yard- roosters not allowed to fight, cats not allowed near the chickens, etc. What are the odds that the girls will consider the goslings as invaders and react accordingly? They are really sweet geese and don't attack much of anything. What do you think the odds would be that they will adopt the goslings? I do NOT want to keep goslings in the house- they are STINKY little adorable buggers. What can I do to make them more likely to adopt the goslings?