I have a white chinese that started laying back in Nov, I don't have a gander. The thing is her eggs are soft sometimes not all the time but it seems every 4th or so egg is soft. I have oyster shell available to all my girls all the time, I feed them back eggs and shells but she don't eat them. She is the pickiest goose I have ever known (also my first goose). She will only eat green grass, she does eat the layer crumble but prefers the grass. Problem is it is winter, 6" snow on the ground the green grass is gone. I found some grass hay and she nibbles at that but shows her disgust at eating dry grass. I am going to set up a fodder system to provide all my girls with green grass year round, but in the mean time I don't know what to do. I have my ducks, goose and chicken all together. They get all sorts of veggie scraps, eggs (cooked), yogurt, BOSS, scratch, grass hay, and the layer feed. Her soft eggs has me baffled, it tells me she is low on calcium but she has it available to her at all times. Does anyone know what I can feed my picky goose to help her? I mainly just want her to be healthy her eggs are just a nice benefit of having her.