She has the other half of the flock that I have, a mix of some older hens and a few pullets. Tonight she came home to a sea of feathers all over her property and chickens just in various states of injury and shock all over her 20 acres. We managed to find them all and get them back to the coop. It seems that of the 20 hens, two have some torn skin and a few puncture wounds to meaty parts of their backs and sides. We cleaned them up as good as we can, and I have them in my garage in a crate. At first we thought we were going to have to dispatch them, but after closer inspection, I think if they make it through the night they could be okay. One of them is not wanting to put weight down on her right leg, but it doesn't feel like she has any broken bones, but she could have pulled muscles or ligaments in her attempt to get away. We found her under a bucket, behind a saddle in the barn. The bucket probably fell on her and saved her life. My heart just aches for them...it must have been pure chaos and torture. I will post again in the morning with an update on the two that are here at my house. I told her of the SSS method and she said she was going to get her gun loaded and ready, as she thinks they will be back again tomorrow.