I've read about how you don't want "fat" geese, especially when it comes to breeding season. But I've also read how you should give them 'some' corn for warmth in the winter, but you don't want an over amount of oats or wheat either. So what amount is a good amount Vs overfeeding? I give my 2 geese born this spring a 'total' of 1 cup of oats a day for them both to share in addition to their free grazing. & It's nice for them to be occupied with eating the small amount of oats from their hanging feed tray while I change & clean their pool (daily), adding fresh new water. That way they're not scared by the moving of the pool (flipping it over, onto it's side, etc)..........& they stay out of the way for a bit. So what would any of you Sebastopol Breeders feed your geese in Oats, Wheat, or Corn? & in Summer months (where grass is available) & Winter months (where feed is scarce)? & do you still give them a pool in the winter? I've read how their feather mutation makes them vulnerable to wind, so does that mean water is also a health danger since if wind can cut thru their feathers, a wet goose would surely die in a cold winter with wind blowing?