Something tried to dig its way under the tractor with our two guinea fowl and a very vocal Aracauna. Went out and saw a bunch of guinea fowl feathers near the hole that was getting dug. Looked at the guinea fowl and saw that they were fine except that they both had bloody areas right above both eyes. I think that what happened is that they went after the paws of whatever was digging through by pecking at the dang thing and banged their heads against the frame base of the tractor, bloodying their own heads. Does this make sense? I just don't understand how a predator would get just that spot by sticking a paw under the frame.