Yesterday morning I found my escape artist hen up by my house. As I carried her back to the coop I noticed feathers from my Rhode Island Red scattered about. When I got to the chicken pen I found my Auracana dead on the ground with some bleeding and bruising on her back. The Rhode Island Red was nowhere to be found, but her feathers were everywhere. There was blood and smeared mud on the 5 ft vinyl fence that makes one side of the pen. There were feathers scattered several feet across the pasture on the other side of the pen. So, based on the following - One chicken totally gone with feathers plucked, one chicken dead but not mutilated, several eggs sitting in the nesting boxes untouched - do you think this was more likely to be raccoon or fox? I've got a humane trap out there now, but can't decide what the predator is.