Hoping someone can give me some guidance to help my very distraught girls. I left the coop door open the night before last. Unfortunately, some predator went in the coop and killed one of them inside the coop. The other 5 girls were able to escape unharmed (surveillance camera showed them running up to the back door for help, but we weren't home!). I didn't realize until later the next day that one was missing, and I found her inside the coop. We've cleaned the entire coop, and placed fresh straw, but the chickens won't go inside. They didn't want to go near the coop, and two of them laid eggs in our shop yesterday. I managed to lure them into the run with some Raisin Bran. However, they won't go up the ramp into the coop. Understandably, they don't feel like it's safe since they were sleeping in the coop when they were attacked. They want to sleep in a pine tree outside, but don't realize that that's even less safe! So I've had them locked up in the coop/run for over 24 hours (they normally free range all day), and none of them have laid an egg, nor is there any evidence that they've gone up into the coop! Is there anything that I can do to help them get back to normal? I'm assuming that the best thing is to keep them locked in until they start to feel safe enough to go up in the coop again. We're in a warm spell, and they are sleeping on the perch in the run. I'm also worried that there were no eggs in the coop or run today. Is this just stress, or could they be holding them in?!? They also ate almost nothing yesterday and today. Any support is greatly appreciated.