I have been rounding up everyone over the last few days and marking them with bands before they get too similar to tell apart. Today, I rounded up the last gosling, a 13 week old African. This gosling also ripped off a toenail a few days ago so I wanted to get a good look at the toe. When I picked him up, he seemed kind of thin. It is losing a lot of feathers (looks much worse than it's hatch mate) I did read somewhere that geese get new feathers at several different ages when young so I wasn't too concerned about the feather loss. But having a good amount of contact with it a few days ago to clean it's toe, it seems to be thin. It does not look thin just on a visual but I could feel the breast bone somewhat distinctly. Since it's injury, he had a little limp and is slower than the others but seems to be improving every day. It is eating (Flock Raiser mixed with grains) and acting normal in every other way. I just don't recall it feeling so thin. Suggestions? And is the feather loss normal at this age?