Question by  Prajakta (19)

If I have a coyote problem, what's the best fencing solution?


Answer by  olive8 (911)

The best fencing solution is going to be one where the fence is high enough so the coyote can't jump over it. Barbed wire may help.


Answer by  rebbie316 (75)

The best fencing solution is a fence which is at least five and a half feet tall. It can be made of solid wood, cement blocks, brick or wire. It should have wire at the bottom as coyotes are great diggers.


Answer by  Valentine62 (2131)

Chain link fence buried at least six inches in the ground, so the coyotes do not dig under the fence. On top of the fence should be barbed wire.


Answer by  Melissa76 (282)

A strong durable high fence. Coyotes are very smart, I personally hunt them. You should have someone either hunt them, trap and/or snair them. If they want in a area they will figure out how, so your best bet would to be kill them out of the area.


Answer by  mdjames26 (533)

It is actually easier to fence something in rather than out. If you are protecting wildstock I would use a thick gauge chain link with holes less than 3 inches in diameter. Something 6 feet or higher should do the trick.


Answer by  advice (39)

Try to get really high fences. As high as your neighborhood will allow you to get. I'm not sure how they do it but coyotes can scale very large fences.

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