It appears that a pair of Red Fox have made a den very close to my barn on the neighbors property. It is roughly 60 feet feet from my barn. Despite close proximity, the foxes have made only two incursions on my property that are impactful. Two nights ago a fox came in took a hen roosting too low and attempted to take a broody hen the night before she committed to brooding. Broody hen will be OK, other hen a loss. Fence was total dead out at time and fixed yesterday evening. A game camera was re-positioned to record fox probing fence on side opposite where dogs approach from. Dogs helped line out very accurately where fox comes in and out of property. Spots would be ideal for snare, but neighbors have small dogs out making snare not good option. My dogs cannot beat fox when it has such a short run to safety on other side of fence. My male dog and I crossed fences to get to den site where he exchanged growls with something in the den area. Opening is too small for him and he can not dig in because it is mostly concrete slabs. My female dogs might be more effective although whole me be too tight for them as well. This will be first time I have had to live with foxes denning almost in my underwear. Game camera will be moved around a lot to observe. If I can keep them out, then we will watch kits for a while watching them grow on rabbits and neighbors chickens.