So you want to get rid of the predators preying on your flock, but you want to do it "humanely"? What difference does it make? As Stephanie says in the video, "Dead is dead." Is a quick death better than a slow death? How do you feel about euthanasia? That's illegal in most states as is physician aided suicide. (The states of Oregon, Montana and Washington are the exception.) From this we must infer that a slow agonizing death is preferable for humans, but not for other animals. Now do you understand why I'm confused? Live traps you say? What do you do with the predators that you trap? You either have to "disassemble" them yourself or take them somewhere and set them free. If you set them free to prey on someone else's flock your just leaving your dirty work for someone else to do. One of the responsibilities we assume when we decide to keep poultry is to protect them from predators. Look at it this way; If it was a member of your family that was being threatened by a predator would you worry about stopping that predator "humanely"? I doubt it.