Hi, not sure what to do. We raised our three Roman Tufted geese from goslings. One is a year older, May 2016, and laid eggs last year, but we had no male. The May 2017 pair are from Metzer farms. Both females laid eggs this year (and why do they start in Nov.) and share nest duties. Although the older is the primary. A gosling hatched with 8 eggs left in nest. The two girls are co-mothering and flank both sides of the gosling. Really very cute. Dad is protective too, although I am able to be in their pen and touch the baby. But the gander flew up and latched onto my husband's coat, shoulder height. I didn't know the gander could do that. Over the barrier too. My concern is that this is the second day for the gosling the parents keep it scooted under one of them. So I am worried about it drinking and eating. I put in a small waterer appropriate for small goslings, I took out a larger water that had a wide opening. Should I show the baby The water? Should I touch the baby? There is also a tub that is about six inches high I left for the adults. The tub is on the other side of their pen. The adults do not want to leave their pen and go outside to swim or preen. The male preened at the tub. I thought the gander would want to leave, to at least take a swim. I put up a better barrier from the ducks, and glad I did. The Drake immediately went over and tried to get at the gosling, they share a partition, but he had no such luck. So I have a lot of worries and concerns. I gave the adults kale, veggies, and oats last night. Plus dried meal worms, all flock feed, oyster shell, and bird seeds. Basically anything I could think of since they aren't going outside to eat grass. Should I be worried about the tub and the gosling? Should I force the geese outside? Should I be more proactive with baby? Should I take the gosling away and hand brood? Thanks, so many concerns and questions.