Went out this morning to open up the tractor and found my Mimi dead lying in the snow next to the door. The tractor is ALMOST completely covered over the top with deer netting. Near the tractor there is an opening but the rest is covered. Whatever did it killed her right there, very little mess around her. She was completely gutted with head and feet intact. On the roof of the tractor there was three separate areas where the snow was disturbed (see pic). Initially thought maybe a hawk (since it probably happened at dusk) but I thought hawks carried away their catch. Then we thought maybe an owl, but again I thought owls carried away their prey. No other tracks anywhere around. Any ideas? I still have six other mille fleurs in the tractor and by the look of it won't be able to transfer them to one of the larger coops until spring.