I moved my hen house and run indoors, for the winter months. They still get let out, to go outside and free range on nice days. I currently always keep them locked in the coop at night. But I would like to keep the pop door open to their run all the time, so they can go in it when ever they want. That way they can have a little more room to roam, while in the barn for the winter. I did only have chicken wire on the run, so I only let the chickens in there during the day, when I collected the eggs in the morning, then lock them back up, in their coop at night. (chicken wire keeps chicken in, not predators out) Today I added heavy 2x4" welded wire fencing to the run. Will this setup keep out any Raccoons, that try to breach the chicken run, and harm or kill my hens? You might be asking your self....how can a Raccoon get the chickens if they are inside a building already? Well, we have barn cats here, that have a small access door to get inside the barn for shelter from the weather and to clear the building if any rodents if they ever make a presence. If the barn cats can get in, a Raccoon can and will (they have before, and they will again) I end up getting a Raccoon or two a year here on our farmstead. You can critique the run/fencing, good or bad, I can take it. Just looking for advise to keep my girls as safe as possible. Would you consider this Raccoon proof?