Hi everyone! My plan is to install an automatic door on our coop and enclose a huge area for free ranging using electric poultry netting (I'll be using 300' of netting for the space I have, so over 5000 sq ft of "run" space). This way the chickens (I have 16 of them) can more safely free range when we're not home, and when we're home we'll let them out into the rest of the yard (we're on acreage). We do have hawks and eagles in the area and, though my property is treed and the chickens will have cover, I know that our chickens will be vulnerable to airborne attacks. Do you think it would work to string fishing line back and forth across the top of the part of the run where there's less cover? I was thinking I could just loop it around the electric netting posts and string it back and forth and that it shouldn't interfere with the operation of the electric poultry netting. It means I won't be able to easily walk through or access that area, but it's worth it to keep them safer. Thoughts?