I have two geese (of two different breeds) that I really love! They are really sweet and follow me everywhere, and I can even take them to the local public swimming lake and they will stay by me. Lately, however, as the two grow, they are becoming aggresive with my family members. They "attack" my mom, which she explains as pecking at her. I have grown accustomed to this pecking, as they would always chew on me as babies, so I am not bothered. Plus, they never attack me anyway. I was looking for a tip on how to train or prevent my geese from being aggresive towards other people, as my mom threatened to dump them on the lake, where I know the spoiled babies would not know what to do. Another problem is their coop. They live with my chickens, but have really muddied up. They eat all the grass, and I can tell in a few months that my whole coop will become a big mud hole. However when they are out free-ranging they tend to sit on our driveway, right outside and our door and wait for me, even if we are gone. Their poop gathers quite quickly, and my mom is tired of stepping in it. What can I do?