I remember seeing similar post on here but can't find it now, if this is the wrong place for this question please let me know. Found a hen dead in the coop yesterday, She was facing into a corner and I thought she was asleep or sitting. But she was gone, as were her head and neck. I'm wondering what happened, as I'm not used to any aggression and she was a well established hen. I saw no signs of struggle or that it could have been an outside predator - no mess of feathers and only that hen was hurt so much as I could see. I wonder if she could have just died, and the wounds were post-mortem from the other birds? She could have been as much as 6 years old. The flock has recently been more cooped up than before with the winter temps. Coop has heat lamps, plenty of food and water. They have access to a run as well as their coop. Could boredom have played a factor in her death? Its certainly not something that happens, I mean I've lost hens before but not with these sort of wounds. I didn't have my phone with me to take pics. Appreciate any input.