I'm building our coop against a wall in our garage, which is pretty secure so I'm really not worried about predators. We also live in the PNW, so no snakes here to speak of. For the front doors of the coop, I built two reinforced frames of about 2.5x4', and stapled chicken wire to them. The only problem is, I've never used chicken wire for anything but gardening before, and of course when I cut it the ends become sharp. I cut myself nicely on one tonight. So the question is, how can I finish them so that they won't be a danger to the girls? The chickenwire is, of course, on the inside of the frames, right where they will be, and one frame is already hinged to the coop and fitted with its latch, so there's not really any clearance to tack lath over the ends or anything (which would be my first response, I think).