We have what we think is a pair of embden geese. One is bigger and beefier than the other and acts like he's in charge so we're guessing he's a male. The smaller one who has always followed before has started attacking everyone. She's never liked my daughter and always used to run away from her or yell at her but I've always been able to handle her. In the last week though she has even tried to attack me and she is pulling all the feathers out of the chickens and tried to climb on top of the turkey. I clapped in front of her one time she started to attack and she immediately backed up and looked at me like I had lost my mind but the very next time I went out she tried to kick through the fence to attack me. I'm afraid she's going to hurt herself or one of the other birds if we don't do something to stop it, but I have no clue why she started or what to do about it. Any suggestions? Will she grow out of it as she gets older? Right now they have free run with the chickens, a duck, and a turkey and they are all housed together at night. But we are getting a set of broiler chickens next week and I'm concerned she will kill the young ones. Should we be housing them separately? Thanks!