We have had ongoing issues with red foxes, coons and possums. These predators come and go and we have wiped them out as we can. I currently have dog proof coon traps (x3) along with some catch and release traps. Of course my intent is not to release them...but to put them down as quickly as possible. I recently heard about Llams being a good guard with our flock and our goats. We have never had an predators hurt our goats though, but we'd rather be proactive. We do have a large chicken coop that we have our chickens in, but we have our turkeys in a 10x12 aluminum shed. We keep the doors open for the most part. The aluminum shed is fenced in with 4' high goat fence, but obviously the coons and possums can still make their way in...and they have. I have been closing the doors on the aluminum shed to protect the turkeys, but I don't want to keep doing this. This is where I thought about adding a unbred female Llama into the turkey's pen. I just read about Alpacas as well, which may be another alternative. Thoughts on this?