Hello everyone! So I live in a rural neighbor hood, the next closest house is up hill from us at the top of the drive way. Well My coop is in the back yard, more than 100 yards away from the neighbor, but every day they escape their coop and go poop on her porch! They don't stay in their coop at all really, I have to close them all up at night then let them out in the morning. I am letting them be free-range and I was told that they would not go far away from their food and water but they do! They also get on the back deck then jump into the oak tree and stay there, so putting them away in the evening is a HUGE task. What can I do? I don't want them to be stuck in their enclosure all day Their enclosure area is fenced in, with coop in the center, but it is not completely closed up, the top is open, giving them A lot of room to roam around just in there even, and that is where their food and water is but I let them out into the yard all day. So why do they go so far away, like they roam the entire yard! They also escape their enclosure if I don't let them out. I leave for the day and when I come home they are all out! LOL! What can use to keep them in without building an entirely new area? Cans on a string? That keeps them out of the garden, so maybe around the fence? I dunno but if I can't keep them in my yard they'll have to go, the neighbor is not fond of them being in her area. BTW their wings are clipped, and there are no holes they can get out of the fence, THEY ARE SNEAKY! Help me!