We have had chickens now for 2 years and had our first encounter with a fox We usually let the girls out for a little free ranging in the late afternoon when we get home. A fox came into the yard and we caught him with our girl Betsy in his mouth. A gun fired, and the fox dropped her. We took Betsy inside for some R&R... but one of the girls, Weezie, was missing and feathers all over the yard. We looked everywhere and could not find her. Assuming the worst, we concentrated on making certain the coop was safe and doctored on Betsy. 5 days later out of nowhere... Our Weezie came home!!!! I can not tell you how excited I was!! She seemed to be ok, some feathers missing but no large wounds. My problem now is the other girls are not accepting her in the coop. After her first night back her comb is bloody and she's hiding in the corner of the coop. Any suggestions... 1 - I thought we had such a happy ending when Weezie returned home but now I still seem to have a problem in the coop. 2 - Still concerned about the fox threat. Should I not allow them to free range for a while? WIll that encourage the fox to move on?