Sadly, we had a fox move in close to us. Last night she got into the coop while the chickens were sleeping and killed my favorite hen. Thankfully the rooster was able to chase her off. While reviewing the security video we saw that the fox had clear tits, she must have some babies around and is needing to feed them. While we can't trap her without knowing where the kits are, we need to protect the flock. My mom had the idea to put out liver near the end of our yard away from the chickens coops and see if the fox will eat it and not go after the chickens. Yet, my husband doesn't want us to feed her as she might keep coming back. Any ideas on what we can do? We moved the coops closer to the house and in the light but that might not keep a hungry fox with kits to feed away.