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Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by newham0614, Aug 2, 2010.
what do you think?
From a great distance it looks awesome but if you go back and click on the image link not the thumbnail I'm sure it will look even MORE awesome.
aside from the color - nice!
i would not trust it to be very predator proof though, imho...
Erosion control fencing?who'd of thought of that before? cool idea,but I do know that is not predator proof.
I love the design and size, but that fencing is not the slightest bit safe.
Oh now I see it, duh. Yep, gotta agree, hardware cloth is in order. Looks great though, I think the chickens will like it!
looks nice and big!!! not predator safe i dont think.? is it cloth or what the heck is it made of? it might be worth the money and the safety of your chickens to install wire fencing. if its just temp, k then.
just my thoughts.
Quote:in the fridgid north we call that "snow fence" , I have the top of my run covered with it.
Thanks everybody for the comments. This was the cheaper way of putting up 300 feet of fencing. I haven't seen anything really predator proof yet but my answer to that is using the predators as target practice for my olympic arm AR-15 in 6.8. I dare the predators to screw with my chickens......