Hi! I got in 150' of the good 1/2" galvanized fencing to put up an enclosed run for my chickens starting this weekend. There's been a live trap next door at the abandoned property and we catch raccoon, squirrels, and recently a skunk. I have seen mice scurrying around also and brazen songbirds getting into my chickens food and water. I'd like to not feed the local wildlife & keep my flocks happy, healthy and safe. The area is flat. This fencing is incredibly heavy! Oh my, I haven't worked with this stuff yet, but I bet it's going to kick my behind and I will kick my ayam cemani & haffie (ayam cemani x orpington) chicks out of my master bathroom to take a nice hot bath especially if this rain and cold weather continues. Atm I'm concentrating on keeping my 26 straight run chickens safe until it's time to go to freezer camp in a couple more months. I also need a place for the ayam cemani & haffies & bresse chickens I have/am getting over the next 2 weeks. My chicks are feathering out atm, and I was thinking of putting their run in a different area from the ones headed to freezer camp. I have room for possibly 2-3 more hens in my laying flock for any haffie or cemani pullets. Ideally though, I hope to have breeding pens to create my sustainable meat and egg laying flocks, and keep the purebreed apart. Help with designs that work for keeping the critters out, and how to separate out the roos for selective breeding while keeping all my pullets together is much needed by me, b/c I can't figure it out how to do that. Hawks also fly above regularly. Thanks!