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If you know which animals are a threat, you can prepare properly for attacks by them.
Many predators will try to dig under your run to attack. Chicken wire keeps chickens in. Hardwire mesh keeps predators out.
If you have predators like harks and owls, you will need to cover up your run. Chicken wire provides the chickens with protection and visibility. Tarp sheet gives your chickens some shade.
Cut tall grass and plants. If the predators has nowhere to hide the less likely they will be able to attack.
Check for access holes. Predators can squeeze through small holes.
Clean your coop of scraps and food. Rats can and will eat eggs and chicks if they are drawn to the coop by food.
Check your coop for snakes. Snakes will pilfer eggs and sometimes small chicks.
Many predators only break into the coop for the eggs. By collecting eggs daily you may see a decrease in predatory activity.
Set up a motion sensor light. If a predator gets close to the coop, the light will activate usually scaring away the creature.