This evening I found signs of damage to two pullets used as broodies out in pasture. I found the carcass of a Dominique that was a few days shy of hatching. Game pullet with a single chick could not be located and was at least partially consumed at kill sight owing to presence of crop contents. Chick later found intact. Both pullets where underweight owing to broodiness. Weight of Dom was about 4 lbs and game was about 3. Carcass of Dom pullet. Not head and most of breast missing. Perpetrator was easy to spot because it was in crag by pond to south of cockyard. I settled in to get a shot ..........with a camera in a lawn chair. At about dusk the owl began working the perimeter looking down at birds getting within 50 feet of me a couple of times. The I heard a juvenile to the NE of house and I have seen it fly to crag used by first owl. Two owls involved which explains loss of two birds in one night. I left carcass out to they would go after it possibly enabling use of a game camera if I can round one up. Problem was prevented most nights by me placing pens over hens. Health poor yesterday and I did not get job done. Still interesting observations to be made to better understand how owls operate.