Around 3 am, several mice got under the wire, and ran into the coop. A bit later, a wild rabbit jumped the wire, and was hopping around by the coop. The rabbit jumped back out, and a few minutes later, a huge raccoon got past the fence. Some of the baits were eaten, and the electric fence didn't seem to deter much. I even went out on the tractor to scare the raccoon away. I checked the fence good today. Everything seemed fine. While I was checking it, Dh came out, and asked me why I had turned it off last night. Huh? He said it was off when he came home this morning. That particular surveillance camera is wireless. It reset itself several times last night. The error message said something about another signal on the same frequency. That was about the time the fence seemed to quit working. I am now wondering if there is some sort of nearby device tuned to the frequency, or close enough to the frequency that we are using for the camera, and electric fence, that might be turning the fence off in the middle of the night.