I'm looking to make some improvements in my chicken facilities. The pictures are pretty crappy but what I have right now is a coop that's door opens to what I call the "chicken run". It's about a 10x40 strip of land that's wooden fence on one side and a no-climb wire fence on the other. The bottom of the wire fence isn't secured to the ground in any way, and on the wooden fence side there is definitely room for something like a cat to sneak under. inside the chicken run: outside the run: Right now the hens sleep in the coop at night and during the day they wander around my yard and my neighbors' yards. My neighbors on both sides love them so there aren't any problems there right now BUT I live right next to a University so people move in and out every year or so and I know I won't be able to count on having such cool neighbors forever (and rightfully so, as the hens are pretty destructive). I want the chickens to have as much roaming room as possible, I want the chicken run to actually contain them (they can and do easily fly over the fence if I try to keep them in the run), and I want to do it all as cheaply as possible (I'm a poor college student, but I set aside some cash for improvements). Predators include raccoons, stray cats, and the possibility of neighborhood dogs. I would greatly appreciate any advice anyone has. I'm really not very handy and I'm fairly new to chickens and their needs, so...yeah. Thanks!