I'm looking for something to protect our flock! My neighbors flock was attacked by a fox a few weeks ago during the afternoon (I have security cameras). 3 of her hen's were killed (1 missing). My roo was there but luckily our hen's were here at home. Both flocks are free range on our properties. We each have 2 acres. There's a treeline next to my home, farm crops behind us and a farm across the street. We have lots of wildlife. I have a 10x10 shed for a coop and 10x10 pen for when they don't want to brave snow or rain. I only have a guinea (thinks she's a chicken), 6 hen's and a rooster. Both my neighbor and I have been afraid to let them out while we r not home since the attack. We help each other out. As long as one of us is home, we let each other's flocks out of their coops and back in before the coons come out at dusk. We also have had problems with coons (resolved for now) and her other neighbors dogs if they get loose. We have wetlands and temporary ponds when it rains or the snow melts, only dry during the mid-summer which I can give them a rigid sided wading pool. Would ducks, geese or turkeys protect them? Trapping and killing the predators are not an option so please do not mention it. We do not have a fence and my husband doesn't want one. No dogs either. Thank you!