Here the situation. About one month ago, all my adult chickens went missing from a seemingly impenetrable coop. Never the less, I move my momma and chicks into my storage room in the barn, across from the goats, and have been working like crazy to shore up any holes, loose fencing, anything that could allow anything in. I refortified the doors, added some solid roofing over the wired in top, and added on another layer of that heavy black chicken wire on the inside and the outside of the coop. There is a concrete foundation all around the outside, and if I need to, I'm going to lay down some more. Aint nothing getting into my coop! Or so I think. The chickens have been back in the coop for a week now. I've checked on them every day, morning and night. All is well. There is one hen, 3 pullets, and 4 roo-lings. I go out this morning-I'm short a roo. No other chickens are missing, hurt, nothing. There is no pulled up wire, holes dugs, dirt disturbed, nothing. No feathers or dead bodies. I'm so mad. Now, I've got some less than desirables living down the street from me, and kids drive their three wheelers all the time in the wood down from my house. When the chickens were in the barn, they were inside my 5' fence "guarded" by my goats. Now they are just outside it. I think someone stole my chicken(s)! So tonite, we are having locks installed, with one way only screws for the hasps. As in, I'm gonna bore out the SOB's. Than, if they continue to go missing, I'll know it was something else. Any advice, and has anyone else had this happen, especially in Central AR?