How do you keep chickens inside poultry netting? We've used 4ft snow fencing for our chickens, but it doesn't keep them contained. It works well at keeping them off our porch when we did free range them (except for the hen who thought the porch was her nest box). But with colder weather setting in we've been seeing signs and had actual sightings of coyotes in the clearing around our house, and the birds have been pecking at the styrofoam insulation that has been put on our house as the siding job progresses. So we are now keeping them confined or in a topped run. I've build a 10' x 10' x 2' run for them to use during the day, but would LOVE to be able to have them in a mobile coop configuration, fenced in with electric, but about half our chickens were never content to stay in the non-electric fencing. Does the electric work better than standard fencing at keeping them from doing flight assisted hops over the fence? Most of our leghorn crosses were able to do this, even with one wing clipped as much as was safe. Could it just be the breed is more restless and determined? We have 30 Buff Orpington chicks coming at the end of the month, would they be easier to contain this way?