Last night, a predator pushed in my egg door , pulling the metal eye hook out of the wood and tearing the door up. It reached inside and pulled out one of my 15 week old Austrolorp hens. I looked out this morning and found the destruction, counted my girls and discovered that one was missing. We found the missing hen 15 minutes later in the field beside our home. Her back and butt are tore up pretty good. The vet stitched her up, removing what was left of her tail and she is recovering inside with us for the next month before she rejoins the other girls. We made repairs to the coop and have a leg hold trap set by the scene of the crime. This hen had a pretty tough night, as soon as she saw us she came running just cackling away. We scooped her up and she settled right down. Anyone have any idea what predator broke into my coop last night? They did a number on my door, lots of splintered wood etc... The consensus so far is either a bear, a raccoon or a weasel. Any ideas?