We have a small hobby farm on 20 acres. I've got about 1.5 acres fenced with goat fencing. Goats, a donkey, and two pigs in there. The fencing ties into the barn where the coop is which has a sliding door. About 50 chickens free ranging. Rural Missouri. Past week: 9 missing Guinea keets 1 missing guinea Both wings and spine of a guinea left about 20 feet from the barn Adult bantam remains - both legs in the coop and a wing outside the coop (door was left open just a single night) Cat has been missing for three days which has never happened A duck in a large dog run had a few puncture wounds but was alive Last month: Before the barn was built, something (raccoon I assume) reached into the run and ripped apart a few chickens Coyotes everywhere around us. Our Pryaneese roams. I'm assuming an owl or hawk injured the duckling but dropped it when trying to leave the dog run. Whatever came into the chicken coop to rip apart that chicken literally had to walk past 15 Nigerians and a donkey. They sleep within inches of the chicken coop door. I also have a few very small Nigerian kids out too, maybe 5lbs each. What do you all think I've got going on? There's an overgrowth of brush in the center of the pen I built. Goats havnt cleared it up yet. I have a suspicion there's a fox living in there but I havnt had time to get equipment out there to clear it. I've out a few shells of 3" buckshot in there when I thought I saw eyes. Tonight I'm lighting a few 1/4 sticks of dynamite and throwing it in there. Kinda pissing me off if you can't tell. Thanks!