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chickens coop

Safety of chicken coops
Use predator-proof hardware
Because chickens are easy prey for nocturnal critters, such as raccoons, opossum, and foxes, select metal latches for your coop that can't be flicked open by a paw, and always lock up your flock at night. Here, a barrel-bolt latch safeguards the hens.
Create a safe outdoor space
A run screened-in with sturdy hardware cloth is a win-win design: Your feathered friends get to play outside all day while you rest easy knowing that they can't wreak havoc on your veggie patch or get snatched by a neighborhood cat. This cedar coop even has a screened-in tunnel that connects to a fenced section of the yard (not shown), giving the flock a defined free-range space.