Ok, so yesterday, at about 3 in the afternoon, a fox attacked my chickens and ducks. He had already eaten the rooster, and was trying to get the other one through the fence (I was dead). I chase the fox away and check the chickens for injury. We had guests coming over at 5, so in 2 hours, i had to give a duck a bath, dry him, administer first aid, process the dead chicken, sweep and mop the floor, clean the bathroom (cause the duck was in there), take a shower, and help make dinner. Whew. This morning, i go out to take care of the birds (but not let them out because i did not want the fox to eat anymore), and the fox was lying on the ground wrapped up in the fence. I cautiously go over and look at it. *poke* *poke* It's dead alright. The poor fox killed itself trying to get to my chickens. It was kinda sad to see such a beautiful animal lying on the ground dead. The up side is i won't lose any more chickens to him, and i will get a really nice pelt to hang on the wall. There is snow on the ground here, so he was a wet. He is hanging in our garage with a fan on him waiting to be skinned. I tell ya, that was quite an experience. BTW, the reason he got wrapped in the fence is i am using a temporary poultry netting while we are building the new coop and pastures. We just moved, so we don't have the best set-up yet. Hoping to get the new coop done really soon!!