Does anyone use the Premier "PermaNet" designed for sheep and cattle also for poultry? The difference in design between the netting for cattle and sheep versus that for chickens is the spacing of the electrified strands (smaller for poultry) but there is a large price difference per linear foot. I can buy 150 feet for $179.00 designed for cattle and sheep versus only 100 feet for $158 designed for poultry. I was just wondering if I can get away with using the PermaNet designed for sheep and cattle also for chickens (layers). I could use the poultry netting for the poultry, sheep and cattle but again, much more expensive per linear foot if I go for the poultry netting. Ideally, whichever netting I go with I would like to leave in place and rotationally follow the cattle and sheep with my chickens. I would like to avoid changing out the netting for each use. I have read all the strings relating to Premier on this website but have not seen this question raised. Thanks in advance for any advice.