So, I posted for input a little while ago about the two pairs of geese I have coming from Metzers at the beginning of April. Thanks to the responses, I have started building the future goose house so that the two pairs can be kept separate at night. I would just like to make sure my plans are reasonable before proceeding with fencing. I will have a Tufted & American buff pair, so only 4 geese total--2 ganders. Am I correct in thinking that they should (taking into consideration that some individuals may simply be aggressive/not get along, of course) be able to coexist as a flock for the majority of the year and only be separated during the day during breeding season? They are going to have several fenced acres to roam during the daytime. I am planning on making a smaller daytime pen for next year's mating season to keep the boys separate during the day, and they'll be separate at night year-round. But is it okay to plan on having two pairs together for the majority of the year? I wanted a little flock, not two geese in separate pens year round, so I'm hoping this is correct. Also, will the addition of more females in the future make problems with aggression better or worse? I'd like to throw out there that I have no qualms culling or rehoming extra aggressive birds, so if one proves to be more trouble than he's worth I'll likely have to go that route. But I'd like to plan things to go as smoothly as possible from the start!