When we moved here a year ago, i started putting out peanuts for the cute little brown squirrels. We've had them every place we have lived, and they can become quite tame. Then, the large grey squirrels moved in and took over. i still put out peanuts and seed, on the side of the yard away from my pens. But it gets wiped out quickly and then the grey squirrels start to invade the pens. i used to keep my shed door open during the day, as i was in and out frequently getting feed or tools. But now have to close it as the grey squirrels go in and help themselves to the peanuts and pee and poo all over. They even snagged a small rubbermaid juice container the other day that i keep outside full of scratch. They dragged it under the shed, chewed the top off, and were feasting on the contents. This morning i went out to feed my baby goat. Out of the corner of my eye i could see one of my little lavender silkies in a temporary pen i just put him in yesterday - but it looked like there was another grey colored silkie in there, too. Looked closer and it was one of those #@%! grey squirrels inside the pen. Now, that is just a temporary pen with deer netting on top, so he probably squeezed through. But then i saw another grey squirrel in my adolescent silkie pen, which is chain link covered completely in 1/2" hardware cloth. How that one got in, i don't know. But i am getting sick and tired of them taking over everything. They haven't hurt my chickens yet, but it's only a matter of time. How can i get rid of these obnoxious, pushy pests?