Our construction of the new chicken/gosling/duckling tractor is not progressing as planned and because our largest gosling, who is growing at an alarming rate, was suddenly unable to stand up without rubbing his fuzzy head on the wire covering our brooding pen, we had to set up short-term, temporary, bigger-than-they've-been-in quarters for the goslings.
Giant Gosling says, "Oh, it feels so good
to be able to stretch out my neck!"
In the above picture, you can see how much bigger our one gigantic gosling is than the others. We've dubbed him Skidmore, by the way. Ado Annie (Annie for short -- we're going with the theme of names from the musical and stage play "Oklahoma" [thanks, Sandy!] since they came from a hatchery in the state of Oklahoma) is the little dark one that is of questionable parentage, if you ask me. The other two over to the right haven't been named yet because we aren't sure of their sex.
As mentioned before, we were to get two females and two males. Presently we're thinking Skidmore is the lone male and the other three are females. If that turns out to be so, at least it's a more desirable ratio than three males and one female!