Lost chicken!!!!!!

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  1. Bamboochicken

    Bamboochicken Member

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    Hi everyone so a couple of days ago I bought three chickens two black girls and one light susex and the next day the light susex was Gone and hasn't come back I lookd everywhere but I could not find her.
    Can anyone help? IMG_20180430_200718.jpg She is the white one
     
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    ClissAT Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    There must have been a hole in the door big enough for her to get out through or for a fox to get in through.
    Since you have foxes over there running around your towns, they would be the most obvious predator.
     
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    I live in a village and have seen no foxes around and at night I take them to a barn at night so I don't think she was got by a fox
     
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    Barn owl? ferret?

    Local who likes roast chicken?
     
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    Eloped?
    My ducks used to fly off to find their true love, only to return nights later.. Lovelorn but wiser!
     
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  7. Bamboochicken

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    I don't keep duck's I'm thinking of getting some soon.
     
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    Location:
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    I had a small flock of Muscovy
    Loved them
    Then they ate the garden
    And the drake who was supposed to be a hen, mated and mated and mated and mated and mated and it's really violent.
    Upside, they got rid of pests, spiders, prickles and used to talk a lot to me when I went outside
    Downside the pooped only everywhere, ate everything including the chili plants, and attacked me when the ducklings were small and I was just doing outside stuff
     
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  9. Bamboochicken

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    Hahaha changed my mind (not really!);)
     
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