I have two Sebastopol goslings. I purchased them about a month ago. They are my first geese. I thought they were a month old when I purchased them, in any case they had not started to develop feathers when I bought them. The female developed angel wing in one wing about a week after I purchased her. I've wrapped her wings but they do not seem to be responding. I change the wraps every week, leaving the wing free for 24 hours between wraps. The male has had what I'd call drooping wings until yesterday when one started to turn out - I wrapped him this morning. They free range during the day with ducklings that have just now become fully feathered. I only feed them when I put them in at night. I mix Duck Grower (16% protein) with crimped oats. I try to mix 1/3 oats the rest duck grower. The ducks and geese are together at night. They clean up the food before morning but I have no good idea of how much the geese are eating. When I bought them they were very fat - I called them pudding pillows. I believe they were kept mostly in a shed for safety. I'm not sure how much exercise they got, they seemed a little clumsy/weak when I got them. But as I said these are my first geese so this might have been normal. They are what I consider a more normal weight now, and they walk around with the ducks in the yard and swim in their pool during the day. I'm really worried about the angel wing - is there anything else I can do to minimize it? Also they don't seem to be growing their wing feathers equally. The male has two really long well developed feathers and the rest of the wing feathers are short and developing slowly. Is this normal or are they lacking something in their diet? Also, they still hate me. They love their duck friends but won't come closer than four feet from me on their own (the female will come over and chew on my shoelaces when the ducks are swarming me). And they scream like I'm going to kill them when I pick them up! They are calm when I'm holding them but they keep their heads down over my arm. What can I do to gain their trust?