Hey guys, I recently discovered why my solar panel Christmas lights I have inside my coop for my girls (for alittle extra light once it gets dark so they can see a little bit inside their coop once it gets dark) were being eaten by the mice and rats that come in at night to steal their food . I'm obviously not too happy-it took over 2 hours to staple the lights into the rafters and of course the rats eat right the the beginning so the entire strand goes out. Have any of you had luck with solar powered lights in your coop? It doesn't need to be super bright...I just like the extra bit of light it gives the girls to fly up to their perch (they stay outside til it's pretty dark so it's almost pitch black inside there once they go to bed) and also by the extremely rare chance a larger predator gets in they can see it coming. It needs to be solar powered. Running an electric cable from the house to the coop is not an option. And I also would prefer one that is NOT motion sensor. I understand chickens are "wild animals" but my girls (will be one years old in beg of March) have always had some light source at night and I don't want them stressed with a light that keeps turning off and on with all the mice and rats coming in and out tmor the chicken food buffet at night. Id appreciate any tips on what's a good light to put in, clearly my heist as lights didn't last more than 6months so anything that lasts longer than that-Id love to hear about it. Thanks BYC community!