Hey all, I recently lost close to 20 of my poultry (hens, roos, and ducks) to the coyote family that has moved in below my property. I have a total of 5 hens with 14 chicks that have been forced to live in a 18 FT * 5 FT green house turned into a coop. This is not ideal, and I am not happy about it. But I don't want the rest to be picked off either, and this is what this USDA suggested for me. I am working on their run enclosure, but that may take a little bit as the ground is almost impossible to dig in, and I have other household maintenance that must be taken care of before I can push funding into my fence. My concern however, is properly feeding them. I have a 16% layer feed that they have always been getting, but they obviously won't be getting all the bugs and greens from outside as they used to be free range. Now that I don't have any ducks in with the chickens I am going to start providing Chick starter for the babies. I have a few trays set up under grow lights with grass seeds (hopefully sprouts soon) that I want to rotate in the coop so they get the greens. But is there anything else you all would suggest to make sure they are getting as good of a diet as I possibly can? Any suggestions or tips would be greatly appreciated!