I have lost six roosters and a hen in 2 days. The chickens are free ranged but currently Locked up tight due to the attacks. The fox was in my driveway at noon. I had my dogs out with me one a lap dog which I immediately picked up. the other a shepard mix. the fox was neither scared of me or my dogs. It was only about 20 feet away from me and the dogs. It just stood there and looked at me. when I walked towards it it just slowly turned and walked away then laid down behind a clump of weeds where I could see it looking at me about 30 - 40 ft away. (the dog had not caught it scent apparently and was busy rolling in chicken poop ( definitely not your normal shepard) I ran and got my dad BB gun out of the closet so he could shoot at it. The hunting gun is on loan to an uncle. The fox merely got up and walked 10 feet further away after being shot at then just turned to look at us. Repeat~ shoot at it it moves 10 feet back and waits till it gets shot at again. My dad shot at and chased it in a four wheeler till he lost it in a corn field. ( he is unsure if he hit it or not) It truly didnt sprint away just kind of did a slow jog with lots of stops to turn and look at us. I came inside to quick text my neighbors about the fox cause they have chickens as well. My dad was outside teh barn talking to a friend about it. I went back outside and went in the barn and the fox was back IN THE barn, It took less then 10 min for it to get back. It attacked and killed 3 roosters yesterday middle of the day while we were out in the hay field. We came back to find the bodies. It is not taking the kill with it and it is killing 2 -3 chickens at a time. It only eats part of 1 and leaves the rest to rot. If I hadnt seen teh fox I would not have believed it was a fox. It looks like a young fox. It is thin missing part of its tail and looks to maybe have mange on its legs. What do I do with such a bold fox. Is it legal to kill them in wisconsin? Last we saw it it was walking up the side of the road towards the other farms. It wasnt even scared as the cars past it it just moved 2 feet off the road then went back on it. I think my chicken run is secure but its determined and not afraid of us if it worked at it I am sure it could find a way in. Help?