Hello! I am wondering which netting is least likely to be chewed and damaged by rabbits or foxes. I will not be using this as predator control, just confining them to area around coop when I clean it or for part of the day. The coop is very secure at night, and we will be free ranging during day. It is taking longer than I hoped to coop train, however, and they need to get out and I don't have a run. I was going to just go buy an omlet to surround them, but I read that rabbits chew holes in it! We have a plethora of adorable rabbits around here. Would the kencove or premier fence be hardier to a rabbits knawing, if it is NOT electrified? I like that all fences are easy to put up, have step in posts. One advantage to the electric is that if I decide to go electric later on, I have it already. I *do* like the idea of electric, but...we have so many small kids-I will forget to turn it off as they are in and out of the house all the time-they will get shocked, but maybe when they are older... Anyhow...basic Q is will the non-electrified poultry net prevent a chew through?