Help! Not sure what happened, but when we got home this evening the first thing we did was go check the coop and found a dead leghorn in the coop. All 14 girls had been out free ranging today while we were at work. It's a large fenced in wooded back yard. All the girls were their usual vocal and animated selves this morning. In fact the last 5 days we've been getting full production from all seven Leghorns, its the 7 Rsl's that have been slacking off at around 5 to 6 eggs a day. Today we had 6 brown eggs and 5 white. The dead leghorn was cold and limp. The comb and wattle were almost white. I could not see any blood or obvious signs of injury. But it was getting dark and it was raining, and I was trying to roundup the rest of the chickens, get them fed,watered and collect eggs and deal with a slightly upset 9 year old! The rest of the girls did not seem upset or nervous. If she was sick, wouldn't we have seen some signs before this? But if a predator had attacked her wouldn't I have seen some sort of injury?