Hi All, we built a 32x14 foot run around an elevated coop this past summer. I adapted a greenhouse hoop house plan (https://www.noble.org/globalassets/docs/ag/pubs/horticulture/nf-ho-12-02.pdf ) with SDR-11 black poly pipe hoops to get aviary wire (1/2” squares galvanized metal, 22 gauge) over the top. I’m in mid Oklahoma, which typically has mild-ish winters but can get snow and ice storms. Of course, we’ve a snowier winter forecast and we’ve already had a storm with 1-2” snow, which stuck to the wire until I knocked it off. I’m worried about snow/ice weight crushing the hoops. I bought a telescoping handle snow brush for the next snowfall, but now we have freezing rain forecast for Friday night. I doubt I’ll get much done before then as I need to work, so I plan to try to break the ice every few hours as it forms on the flexible wire. Not fun. I guess I need to add hoop vertical supports? The hoop house guide talks about temporary 2x4s from the ground to the center of the hoop but there are ramps or coop at those ground points, so I can only see putting wood positioned from the coop roof (metal). Anyone with engineering/building/hoop house experience have any thoughts? Thanks!