I say semi-urgently because I won't be getting goslings for two weeks yet. I just found out today, one of my relative/poultry friends has geese, and she hatched out three baby goslings yesterday, she didn't want them, and they go to me. They are pilgrim geese, all three females. I am new to geese and have some questions. First off, no medication of any kind, right? At two weeks, will they need heating, or can they head outside? Is it true that you shouldn't feed them scratch, or is that you shouldn't? Here's my biggest question: geese beat up chickens right, but what about just the three females as adults/juveniles. Can they live with the chickens. Even if they can, I will probably not put them in with the chickens, but I would like to know how they do with ducks. I've got 8 runner ducklings, and my ideal living situation would be the geese and ducks living together, not with my chickens and turkeys. Speaking of turkeys, how are they with them? Any advice for a newbie greatly appreciated! Oh, and here's a pic of the mother, father, and one of the goslings!