The hubs and I just recently moved and brought our flock with us. They are now living in an old greenhouse with a dug down foundation and fenced in yard. I let them out once the sun is up and bring them back inside before it is dark. Last night the hubs came home before me and was tending to the flock when he noticed one of them in front of the coop door. Upon closer inspection he realized she was no longer with us. Her body was still in tact and unharmed. Her neck and head were still there as well... But it was just vertebrae and skull with beak. Feathers scattered the ground beneath and around her. She was about 2 feet away from the fencing, but the feathers went to the fencing and a few were outside the fencing (I can only assume that is how/where the predator escaped). This happened between 8 am and 5:30 pm. My first thought is a raccoon, but I feel it would have ripped the head off or eaten more than just the neck and head... My ladies are cooped up today in hopes that we can start predator proofing their run tomorrow. Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!