Identifying a Chicken Predator by the Evidence Left Behind

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I often hear about the devastating loss of a flock from an unknown predator. In order to protect your poultry from future attacks, it’s important to learn how to identify their enemy. I found this article to help you learn how to identify a chicken predator by the specific evidence they leave behind.

The First Step to Deterrence
By Gail Damerow

Poultry Predator Identification

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3 Responses to Identifying a Chicken Predator by the Evidence Left Behind

  1. Predators…my small group of social squirrels was attacked yesterday morning by a bobcat. I lost the smallest and least afraid of humans in the group. Damn bobcats!

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