Unfortunately, it killed all my best Buff Orpington hens and my lovely Buff rooster George. It was awful. I called the farmer-neighbors and they came over and shot the fox, which I had locked into the henhouse. I was hoping the fox problem was taken care of but the neighbors reported seeing several more foxes around, even in my barn. I went in the barn and there were 2 more piles of feathers -- 2 more hens lost to foxes. I feel terrible. The rooster was near dead and suffering horribly so I had to kill him to put him out of his misery. I just feel kind of numb. So much death and destruction in such a short period of time. My pet roo, Brownie, survived but has a broken leg and possibly puncture wounds. One banty hen survived by flying up to the rafters but then she had to witness it all. It's the end of my naivete about foxes. I am going to get some electric netting fence from Premiere and surround my coop with it. Does anyone know if that stops foxes (when it's electrified netting). Otherwise the birds are going inside.