I have 4 geese (2 males, 2 females) ranging in age from 4 years to 3 months. One of them has been having reddish/dark-orange droppings. I know it's not the gosling. All of the geese are acting fine -- eating, drinking, sleeping, socializing normally. There have been no dietary changes. They free range and get all-purpose crumbles for dinner at night. The red poops are sometimes a bit loose; soft but not watery. For the most part they have a generally normal firmness and consistency, except for the coloring. When I break apart the firmer poops, they're actually greener on the inside. The loose stools are red all the way through. I have never wormed any of my birds (I also have 3 chickens and 6 ducks, all healthy). My sister works at a veterinary lab, so she took one of the droppings in for fecal testing last night. It tested negative for ova, parasites, and blood; just a normal poop with a few epithelial cells. Any advice? The adult geese are molting now, and I posted in the geese forums about some concerns I had that my 4-year-old gander looked scrawnier than usual in the neck area. I don't think the two are related, but I am fully prepared to be wrong about that. His appetite is good, and he is still his usual bossy self. I am trying to get a good picture of the droppings, but naturally I can't find any today. Perhaps the situation has resolved itself! At any rate, I would still like to know if these types of stools are abnormal in case it happens again in the future.