I have 4 Roman geese. I bought them as sexed pairs so presumably it's two girls and two boys but I don't know for sure. They live together with 10 Indian Runner ducks. They are all about 8 months old and raised together from day olds. They all get along well except - they've recently decided that one of the geese is an outcast and won't let it near. The others will chase/bite/pull it's feathers and just generally bully the poor thing. Now it just mopes around looking longingly at the flock but not daring to get too close. When I let them out of their house in the morning I started noticing they've pecked a bloody spot on the back of his/her head. The next day it was worse. So now I'm putting it in a separate house, which involves a lengthy chase and capture every night in the dark and the mud/snow. And that's getting really old. I don't know what the poor thing did wrong that they all hate him/her now but it doesn't seem to be getting any better. I'm thinking of culling it just to put it out of its misery. Or before my husband gets too mad to chase it inside one night and a fox gets it. Or maybe I should cull the other male (or one of the males if it's a female.) Is it a breeding thing do you think? They all look alike and I don't know what sex they are. I'm going to put different colored zip ties on their legs so I can tell their sexs when I see them mate. I thought about putting a female in with it so it doesn't have to be alone but I'm afraid she'd still be mean. Any advice? Thanks!