OK, so today was one of the worst days of my life. I came home and found my eight of my chickens, dead, in their "predator-proof" pen. I have three chickens left. I'm sure this isn't new to any of you, but I thought that a fox couldn't get to my chickens. So, here's what happened. I have a six-foot welded wire fence, and I came home and there's a fox inside the fence. It had some trouble getting out; but it climbed out of the fence. I mean, a fox is in the dog family! How did it climb in/out?! I suppose it could have dug, but I didn't see any holes, but, of course, it could have. I didn't get too close because I can't bear to see the poor chickens up close. I'm going to have my dad bury them for me. And, don't worry, the chickens and the ducks will stay in their coop unless I am home. So, my question is, what kind of fencing will ensure that this doesn't happen again? I've heard lots of good stuff about electric fencing, so what do I use? Premeire One? Thanks. This means alot to me; my chickens are my dear pets. A word of warning to you all, make sure your chickens have a good safe fence! By the way, if it makes a difference, this was at 5:30 p.m. Thanks so much!