Hi, we've just gotten our baby chicks and need to address our chicken run. Your advice would be appreciated regarding the welded wire mesh. We are having a suprisingly hard time sourcing this stuff in the UK. What I have finally been able to find is a PVC-coated 2 x 2 x 2.4- 3.1 mm at 6 foot tall. Would the 2"x"2 work, or are those holes just too big? A little background, if this makes a difference. (Otherwise you could just ignore from here on...) We have at least one fox that lives in the field behind our house that we have seen sniffing around the gardens as early as 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Hopefully we should be covered as far as digging under is concerned. The coop is roughly 10'x10'. On one side is the concrete slab and the shed; 6' wooden fencing with concrete posts and concrete lower foundations on two sides; and steps up to the garden with log edging that has been cemented in on the final side. Our idea was to cover the top so a fox can't just jump over, the steps side and the the part not covered by the coop on the concrete slab side with the welded wire mesh. There aren't any other predators that I am aware of. I haven't ever seen any big birds of prey around here. Our smallest chooks are Polands. Anything else I need to consider? Sorry this is so long, but I wasn't sure what info would be helpful. Thank you in advance for any advice.