I couldn't think of another short way to phrase that! I would like to know what ways foxes go about getting to, and killing, chickens so that I can best guard against them. I have read all the "fort knox" ways of guarding a run and coop, but since foxes are the main predators around here I want to be sure I'm guarding against THEM. Do they dig? Climb? Work in pairs to chase the chickens from one side to the other? Reach in and grab/harm chickens on the other side of the fence? Open doors like raccoons can? And if a fox does get in with the chickens, how can I know it was really a fox and not something else? Do they carry off the chickens, or eat them there? Leave feathers behind? Leave parts of the chicken behind? How does a fox kill look different from a dog kill? (Since dogs are probably the #2 predator around here.) Thanks in advance!