Our hens have a movable run, thanks to the Omlet fencing we purchased. We connected each end of it to a portion of permanent fencing (round posts with galvanized fencing stapled to it) so we can move the Omlet fencing so they don't completely destroy all the grass and can have fresh ground regularly. We really like the movability of the Omlet fencing, but SOMETHING keeps chewing holes through it, near the bottom. We suspect rabbits, since the coop is near the woods and near huge hemlock trees but of course we aren't sure. A couple of areas were chewed enough that a couple of our hens were able to get out! I was able to patch it up using some nylon twine we had, but I noticed a LOT of other parts of the fence are chewed-not big enough (YET!) for the hens to squeeze through, but I clearly need to figure something out. I realize I can purchase a 'repair kit' from Omlet, but are there any ways to deter the critters from chewing it in the first place?? We spent a decent amount of money on this, and the fencing isn't that old yet--probably a bit more than a year, but less than two years....and we don't want to put up a permanent fence. Does anyone have any suggestions for repelling these fence-chewing critters?