I'm thinking of following the guy's advice on a simple single strand low to the ground electrified fence. Am I dreaming to think this would work? http://www.plamondon.com/faq_electric_fencing.html This fencing would be for the hens day range area. We have 1/3 acre fenced city lot and they would get moved around for free ranging in certain areas. I want to keep hens in and ground-based daytime urban predators out. Basically raccoons, maybe the occasional possum. The area would require less than 200 ft of fencing. I would use the solar charger here: http://www.premier1supplies.com/detail.php?prod_id=12605&cat_id=43 And ideally either a single strand of wire or polytape @ 5" or a double wire/tape setup @ 5" and 10". The other option is this garden type netting: http://www.premier1supplies.com/fencing.php?mode=detail&fence_id=34 The low fencing has advantages of being able to be stepped over, no visual barrier, extreme portability. Has anyone (besides Robert Plamondon) used this with success? I see a lot of folks using the taller poultry netting but not the low version.