Hopefully I can set the stage well enough here...I'm brand new to keeping chickens and built a A fram coop with a fully enclosed section and open-air run part. The outdoor part is 5' long with 2x4's making up the triangles on the ends and 2x2's in the middle for support. Then I just covered the front and sides with basic poultry netting and nailed it down with U-nails. Now I'm starting to wonder if that stuff is strong enough for the long haul. I haven't seen any evidence of foxes or raccoons trying to get in yet, but boar coons can be pretty heavy. I have some leftover netting and I'm thinking about adding a second layer, but here's my questions: - Do people find basic poultry netting/chicken wire is strong enough? - If I'm going to add a second layer should I just use poultry netting, or go up to a stronger fencing material like 2x4 welded wire? - Do I need to reinforce my frame so I don't have a 2.5' unsupported section of wire? Thanks in advance for eveyone's help!