When I moved to this property it had a barn, the far shed, built on the side of the barn had previously been someones chicken coop. I cleaned it up, and raised chickens there for 6-7 years. I also keep a goose. Over time predators kept eating away at my flock, until finally all that was left was the goose. I have a bunch of bricks from taking down an old chimney. I spent yesterday morning stacking these against the walls inside and out. Unless it can move bricks, I thought it was safe. I bought a bunch of baby chicks from Ideal a few months back. They stay in a box I keep right up by my house. Road noise, lights, and a dog. But the box is getting too small. So I moved one chick down. I checked on her after dark. She was perched upon the water dispenser. This morning she's gone. A few feather piles. I thought I had this pen by the barn secure. ****! I've had problems with oposums. They usually leave the head and feet and eat the middle. This is different, Carries it out. I considered sleeping out there. Building another coop up closer to the house, move the dog down there closer- shes on a chain, so she just makes noise. Whatever it is doesn't mess with the goose. She's pretty big. I've bought these chicks and raised them thinking I had a place, now I'm finding is not safe. Any thoughts?