Tonight the hound was making such a fuss that I had to go out and see what it was. Well, there were some coyotes on the property going around behind the stables and next to the corral that I keep my Miniature Horse stallion at during the day. There were at least 6 in this pack that I seen. Something about them didn't look right to me though, their fur did not look right to be more exact. Well, I got a big male with the first and only try. The rest took off into the cornfields. When I took a good look at him up close, I seen that he was about 'ate up' from mange! At least 3/4 of this animal had no fur on him. Around his neck and shoulders he had 'scratched himself raw'. Not any fur on his tail either. This is very bad! I know that it has to be mange. But what concerns me is if any of my livestock or animals will get it from these coyotes being so close to the corral, etc. I dumped bleach on the spot where he was down at. This spring, there were some raccoons that had mange really bad. I have seen some squirrels that didn't have any hair on their tails too. What can I do to keep my animals mange free?