I've seen lots of examples of using corrugated roofing such as SunTuf on coops and runs and really like the idea, especially here in the light-starved Pacific Northwest. How about using corrugated roofing as SIDE PANELS of the coop? Or, how about as actual FENCING panels? Would predators be able to chew through this kind of product? I'd welcome some thoughts about these possible alternative uses, as we are considering trying this on a small quarantine coop we'd like to set up. How you'd attach the side panels together (kind of like a greenhouse, I guess) and how far down in the ground you might have to bury the panels to prevent digging.