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Mehroz

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Jun 9, 2020
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I bought a pair of geese and introduced them to their new home but the problem is that whenever they are alone with eachother without any human interaction, they just stand near the fence and do nothing. They stand there waiting for any human. They donot eat or do any activity until there is someone inside their fencing area. Please tell me what is the problem and its solution
 

Tofu the chicken

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Have you watched them for long periods of time without you there? It's common for geese to be laying around (especially next to doors/gates, fences) at least that's what I've seen, my goslings are still in a brooder (old enough to live out just haven't gotten to it) and the brooder is a big pen, and whenever I go in my garage where the pen is located they had been laying by the pen door and they eat just fine
 

Mehroz

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Jun 9, 2020
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Yes whenever I watch
Have you watched them for long periods of time without you there? It's common for geese you be laying around (especially next to doors/gates, fences) at least that's what I've seen, my goslings are still in a brooder (old enough to live out just haven't gotten to it) and the brooder is a big pen, and whenever I go in my garage where the pen is located they had been laying by the pen door
Yes whenever I watch them up from my home, they are always standing near the fence. They donot eat until someone reaches them.
 

Tofu the chicken

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Yes whenever I watch

Yes whenever I watch them up from my home, they are always standing near the fence. They donot eat until someone reaches them.
That is strange, I don't think I can give any solution, but I would think unless you start noticing health problems or something wrong with them they should be fine, logically most animals won't starve themselves when food is available, perhaps might be a good idea trying to find a weight chart and weighing them to see if they are doing alright weight wise, best of luck I hope they are well
 

Mehroz

Hatching
Jun 9, 2020
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That is strange, I don't think I can give any solution, but I would think unless you start noticing health problems or something wrong with them they should be fine, logically most animals won't starve themselves when food is available, perhaps might be a good idea trying to find a weight chart and weighing them to see if they are doing alright weight wise, best of luck I hope they are well
Thanks for your time........
 

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