Hello, I just moved to NH a little over a month ago and was given four young chickens (not quite chicks, but not grown up yet). My partner and I grew to be very attached to them and we were so excited because they were starting to grow up (nesting). We went away for the weekend and thought we had the barn secure, but when we came back they were gone. All that was there was a pile of feathers and a tiny bit of blood. Now, at first I thought it was a fox or a fisher cat that got them, but then I started to think about it and really...there was hardly any blood. I'm new to raising chickens and this experience has been absolutely devastating. I guess my question is, could a fox really do that? Eat four whole chickens and leave nothing but a pile of feathers and a tiny bit of blood? Or do I have to be worried about more sinister, two-legged creatures?