We have a problem. There is a rabbit living under our coop and shed, and I suspect there are more. Our yard is like a haven for them because there is tall grass and food (our gardens have overgrown and it's been too wet to mow very often) and predators don't like to come here. I suspected that something was eating our chickens' food and it was confirmed recently when I saw a rabbit scurry under our coop when I came near. We don't have a dog and we can't afford having a dog. We also don't have a barn cat/outside cat and I couldn't survive having one (I would be far to worried about it). Does anyone know how to solve the problem? I thought about putting a trap out and killing them one by one, but that would only be a temporary fix. Do you think mowing down the gardens and raising the chicken food during the day will solve the problem? There's nothing left in the gardens except sunflowers, so we wouldn't be losing anything.