I am an accidental poultry enthusiast. I 'inherited' my geese & chickens from my landlord who got divorced & his wife wanted NOTHING to do with them. I have looked through this site & if I have overlooked a thread I apologize in advance. I decided to let my geese sit this time after laying eggs. It was brutally cold & some of her eggs froze. I did not remove them, but left them with her other eggs. Monday I went out to give her food & water & her eggs were scattered EVERYWHERE. I put them all back in the area of where she had built her nest. The last two days when I've gone out to check on her one egg each day was missing. I believe she is cannibalizing her eggs. My question is, Is this a dangerous habit for her? She was getting really beat up by the chickens (Their previous owner had them all in the same coop.) and I believe she may have gotten off of her nest in self preservation. I want to allow her to try again in the Spring, but don't want to allow bad habits. Do I need to remove her eggs?