Eyeball to eyeball with a Fox

Joken

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One of our Goats has been acting strange and I think I know why now. One of our Hens has a spot on top of our hay pile where she lays eggs. I was gathering eggs this afternoon and I climbed up there to see if there was an egg and there was an immature Fox curled up there. I wish I wouldn't have screamed at it because it didn't seem very frightened. The haystack is directly adjacent to the goat pen. The Goat was still acting scared this morning. Anyway, I set the live trap so hopefully, I'll catch the bugger. I don't understand why it hasn't killed chickens because they have the run of the place during the day. I had been working in that area for some time and the Fox had to have been there during that time.
 

Joken

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It's really strange. We have 5 acres three miles from town and there are other small parcels with homes around us. Maybe this fox has been fed and is somewhat used to people?
 

416bigbore

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Chicken isn't the only thing on a fox's menu, fox will go after cats and small dogs also depending on how hungry they are. I agree he needs to go, best of luck and please keep us posted. :)
 

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