I lost one to a coyote. I almost have near total flock disaster leaving mine out to free range unattended. I must stay with them outside with either my dogs(indoor dogs) or a weapon(like a stick or broom) and tear gas pepper spray to keep several different dogs out. It's so frustrating! We have to fence in our property to keep the neighbors dogs out. Until then, my flock stays in the coop/run unless I'm outside. I've been busy handling a new set in the brooder, eggs in the bator and handling a bunny my daughters just got 2 weeks ago. Plus, I must rest in between since I broke my neck a few years ago an am disabled with an ongoing neck injury and severe pain.:/ I already lost a hen to a coyote midday. We have a whole pack living in my backyard. I want those out too.:/. I'm really frustrated that the neighbors don't keep their chicken killing dogs in their own property. I only get a sorry that they are in my yard and here they are in my yard the very next day. One of the dogs will attack me too. He viciously barks at me. My barred EE has full cheeks sprouted. I need to update a picture. She's super cute and at 5 months she's sounding like a goose. Last night I put her on the big roost with her flock mates. The only ones having issues with this batch of 3 is my ones I bought in March at the store. I'll be starting the integrating again a new batch in a few weeks and need the floor space.