That is what I covered my 24ft. X 24ft. run with. I had a sturdy structure to support it. I had a hot wire around were the sides met the top. So raccoons wouldn’t tear through it.I don't use netting, but this is often recommended by people who do: https://pinnonhatch.com/poultry-supplies/p/heavy-knotted-poultry-netting-2mesh
Sounds like a great place to live! I live in a rural area but wish we even more secluded!Alot of times it's hard for me to relate to other members on here. I live in a very remote part of Tennessee. I have black bear, coyote, coon, possum, hawk, owl, stray dogs. I haven't had the problems that even subdivision people have. My coop is open 24/7 and I free range the chickens in the woods? They don't have a run. Everyone's first time back to my place thinks I bought the film location of Deliverance. It really is a great place to find rattlesnakes, chiggers, and moonshine.
So it's hard for me living where I do, to imagine the problems yall got with predators. I have an Anatolian shepherd running loose, scare crow near the coop, and 12 Gauge if needed.
I would start with eagle decoys, scarecrows, or even invite a professional falconer to catch the hawk population.. your local wildlife officer would know how to get in touch with them.
In the long run, chickens are cheap
That would be a good part of your predator deterrence.I have an Anatolian shepherd running loose