Hi all, I have three 18-month-old Toulouse geese, and one of them hatched with a severely twisted upper beak. She has survived pretty well so far and even manages to preen herself, even though her top mandible is only half the length of the bottom one. She can scoop up corn and other feed by moving her head sideways, and can cope with longish grass but she relies on me to feed her cabbage leaves (their favourite treat). I've noticed, though, that the tip of her lower mandible is starting to get over-grown - I guess it would normally be worn down by pressing against the top beak. It's just the very tip of the beak, and it's growing upwards. So far it isn't bothering her, but if it continues to grow it will start to get in the way of her eating and preening... So, can anyone give me any advice? Should I be trying to file her beak down every so often? I can't imagine she'll enjoy that! She's such a sweet-natured little goose, I really don't want her to get into difficulties... Thanks for any suggestions!