Well, since my geese are doing a fantastic job at NOT hatching their own eggs, I took it upon myself to plant many of their eggs under the "other" broody chickens, ducks and turkey hens. Here are pics of the progress of the egg hatching. This baby was hatched Sunday, April 1, 2012 by a Bourbon Red Turkey. I brought the baby outside a couple days ago to meet the rest of the goose gang. At first they ran from the little baby but then they warmed up to it and was loving all over it and the baby loved them. It loved them so much, it found one of the girls setting on eggs and scooted under it until it was time to go inside. They attacked me when I went to get the baby, so I had to do it fast and I had to run for my life. The baby decided to get under a setting goose and go to sleep. This baby was hatched last night by a chicken. A muscovy hen hatched another baby last night but it wasn't all of the way out of the shell on last night and it hadn't made much progress at 5:00 AM this morning, so I kinda helped it out. I put it back under the duck so that it can dry off. I will take it and bring it inside this evening when I get home. I have about 15 more eggs planted under more broody turkeys, ducks and chickens. I'm hoping they all hatch. The geese are semi broody but not setting for extended periods of time. We'll see what they do. If they don't decide to hatch anything, it's fine because I'll have more than enough goslings.