I'm having some back issues right now, and picking up heavy posts and setting them in the ground or dealing with large wire rolls of fencing is not really an option for me right now. My chickens free-range in a fenced-in backyard and go in the coop at night. This has worked fine for months, but I'm apparently on a migratory bird route and I'm starting to get hawk attacks. My initial thought was some of that plastic fencing with some small 4 foot metal posts that I could hammer into the ground. I could then either cover it with strands of wire to keep the hawks out or just overlay the top with more plastic fencing somehow. I have also clipped their wings, so it doesn't even need to be that high. Anyone have any better ideas for some type of minimal fencing that only a hawk deterrent requirement? I also feel the need to add that I'm not excited about keeping them in a run. I'd almost rather get chickens that are better at protecting themselves than cooping them up in an enclosed area that not only stresses them, it stresses me because now I have a big dirt pit in the backyard. Letting them roam our big yard was working great till this happened.