I have searched on here, looking for a several-years-old post which contained a cost breakdown of poultry losses. I cannot find it and need it (or something similar) for an itemized bill. Can anyone help me locate this?? I believe it was from a University (perhaps Iowa or Illinois) and it was perfect! It detailed the cost of the feed that would have gone into getting a bird to a certain age, the loss of eggs, etc. I would really appreciate any help or leads on locating this again! Yesterday afternoon I found my neighbor's pit bull and their smaller terrier dog INSIDE my chicken run, killing my birds. I've lost four turkeys and ten laying hens which were less than one year old. I operate an egg business, and this will severely impact my income from it. In Texas, the owner of the attacking dog is responsible for losses, including lost income, which I will be charging them. I shot the pit bull, but it did run off of my property. I went straight to my neighbors, with a dead turkey in tow, to tell them what happened. They were understanding, and have agreed to pay for my losses. I haven't spoken with them today yet, but as of 8pm there were still out looking for the dog.