i I have four French Toulouse Geese, two hens and a gander that are 2 yr old and a gander that is 8 months old. One of my hens has been sick one some kind of neurological disorder. After 3 weeks, a course of antibiotics and tx with prednisone, Bea is recovering. When I started letting her have time outside with her her family, I noticed that the young gander was extremely interested in her. I managed to keep them separate while she gained strength. Last night was the first night that Bea slept in the general population. When I went to let everyone out this morning, my poor girl looks like she's been raped all night. Large patch of feathers ripped off her neck. Her back has also had most of the feathers ripped out. What should I do? Can she ever live with her family again. Why is Henry the young gander acting like this. They all got along well before Bea got sick. If anyone has any ideas. Should I keep Henry in for a week so that he is the low man again. Bea will be in for at least a week.