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An ashy-headed goose and a Ross’ goose gosling grazing the grass on a sunny morning. We let all of our growing goslings have grazing access throughout the day, placating to their natural need to do so. This also helps to prevent many growth deformities, such as the much-maligned “angel-wing” often seen in growing large-bodied waterfowl with minimal space for exercise.

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