I have a handful of goslings, they are feathering out, not exact on age. I got home late, and just went back to put them in for the night (they were in their run, covered) and found one of my toulouse goslings is missing most of his bottom bill. I think there is some on one side left, but I can see his tongue all the way up to his face. He also has a nasty "cut" where it looks like something grabbed hold of him, right were his bottom bill would be attached to his face. He was attempting to eat, but I dunno. I'm not sure what got at him, could have been a rat, or some similar rodent, but I walked the perimeter of the run and all around with a flashlight and found no signs of the attack, or break-in points for larger animals (though if it were larger it would have killed him, and I would probably be in a better place right now. I hate to see him in pain, and hate even more to be looking at putting him down.) Any hope? I'm going to work with him tomorrow and see what exactly is going on, if he can drink or eat even a bit. He is alert and talking like his usual self.. Opinions would help..