We had a bear rip open the cleaning doors of our coop and kill one of our chickens tonight. We've moved the remaining two chickens to the garage for the night. Our coop is attached to a chicken run made of hardware cloth & 2x4s with a solid roof. I've read through some past posts and it seems that electric fencing can be a deterrent for bears. 1. What sort of electric fencing should I use? Does electric poultry netting work against bears (i.e., Powerfields P-89 Poultry Net or Premier 1 Poultry Netting) or do I need something stronger? 2. I have young children (5-7 years old). Will the electric fencing harm them or is it just a zap that will teach them not to touch it again? 3. I leave the chicken feeder in the run that is attached to the coop. Should I move the feeder? Does it attract bears? 4. I ordered Predator Guard solar LED lights that supposedly repel predators. Does anyone have experience with these? 5. Does Wolf urine actually work to repel bears? 6. Is the bear likely to come back for another meal? Will they come only at night or anytime? I usually let the chickens roam in the yard during the day. We do not have a fenced yard. 7. Any other advice to keep the bears away? Thanks.