Posted by Eriklane on January 19, 2013 at 20:00:59 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: OT electric fence posted by Britcheflee on January 19, 2013 at 08:30:55:
I have a coop with attached pen. Pen is chain link. Top of pen is all covered with chicken wire. Any holes have to be also wired down so coons won't get in. don't ask how I know. I have electric fence ONLY by the coop and alone one side, where the birds frequently dig out a trench on the inside of the pen. I've had coons dig, but NEVER away from the pen. They come at night, and focus on the coop. I laid down fencing under ground about a foot out, and 3" down, on both sides of the pen, and obv. in winter, they can't dig. I don't see possums, or coons, or foxes trying to dig around the pen area, but only by the coop, hence the buried fencing and electric fencing.
Small hole in the top near one edge, where a tree branch was-hiding it-allowed a coon to come in and get 5 layers last year. I eventually went commando with a flashlight just after dark and a .22 and nailed 3...but wiring put a permanent end to that hole.
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