Thank you all everyone. I really do appreciate all your inputs. My temporary fix will be to buy dog kennel panels and keep my chickens enclosed in those--I only have 4 now. When I'm home, and out in the yard I will let them free range outside the fence.
I have 3 peas and 2 turkeys living in a 20 x 20 enclosure together.
I'm getting 30 pullet Cornish rock crosses for butchering next week from Welp Hatchery. At 4 weeks I throw them on my garden plot to provide compost aeration and manure. When I butcher them in late April, my garden is ready for my first corn planting--assuming the weather cooperates too. I will enclose the Cornish Rock crosses in the electric netting. I will test the fence but I think I'm gonna get a beefier charger too. Thank you to the person who recommended those from West Virginia Co. I will look there first.
Really I do appreciate your sympathy and empathy with my plight. Sometimes reading your responses is all I need to pick myself back up. I've raised chickens for 40 years. And I'm 50. They started off as bantams, pets. Then when I retired from the service and moved here to Huntsville, I took up the Marans breed for many reasons. I enjoy the challenge of getting type and color right with this breed. I especially like the Whites, personal preference.
Take care and God bless you good people, Your words were the balm I needed.