I was woken up at 5:30 am by my screaming rooster. I ran outside to find three of my girls, dead, with feathers everywhere. When I say that this is the most devastating thing to happen to me. My girls are family to me, I had such a close bond with them, especially those three actually. What was weird was that the fox only ate MAYBE 2 oz of meat and then just left them there. I think he got sick of my rooster going after him. My other two girls are completely unharmed, just a bit shaken. My roosters comb is bloody from fighting but its nothing major; I'm treating him for that. This entire experience has been so traumatizing for me and especially for the rest of the flock. Moral of the story is make sure you proof and reproof your coop from predictors. Had it not been for the rooster, the fox would have taken out the whole flock without leaving anything but a trail of feathers. Especially now when the foxes have pups to feed, you really need to keep an eye out. They're smart little fiends and very patient; they will do anything to find a way in. And your coop is like and all you can eat buffet. I will be having the closed casket funeral tonight. It really is so unfortunate and just disturbing to wake up this way. I hope none of you ever have to find your girls ripped apart. Stay safe!