Got an email and my sebs have hatched! She sent some photos and I'm way excited but I'm also freaking out a little. I have the brooder covered, and I have a pen for them to live in until they are older, but I"m concerned about them getting the food and nutrition they need being penned. I want them to be healthy and happy. I have three acres that is very grassy, buggy, you name it. It would be perfect but I'm worried about dogs during the day while I am gone. I've been thinking about electric poultry fence or some type of moveable fencing. How do you keep your geese safe but allow them to graze etc? I'm expecting 10 seb goslings but its looking more like 8 now after some hatch problems the breeder had. I want to do this right so pics of how you are keeping your geese safe and happy would be great too!