I finished making sure everyone had food and water, and went in to feed myself. No sooner than I sat down with my food I started hearing pathetic ries from my goats, followed by screams from the chickens. I thought they were fighting over the apples until I realized that those were save me cries! Opened the back door, headed out armed with my dogs... They're grading the road so I thought (for some reason) it was a person. NO! Walking blindly is the coyote I shot a month ago, with the hole still in his ear. He walked smack dab into my fence, turned and started limping down the fenceline to me. I ran back in and grabbed "Henry" my trusted .22, loaded him up and went back out. This time I didn't miss. The coyote saw me, and didn't run. Didn't stop when I whistled to get a shot, and didn't go after my birds (they thought otherwise). Guinea is standing guard and screaming at it still... The guy on the grader said he'd just called someone about the yote and they should be here before six to pick it up. That's five and a half hours laying in my yard! My dogs and cats will figure a way out by then... He said if they're not here by six to burn it, what if I just flash burn it now? Advice?