This is to deter deer, groundhogs, rabbits, raccoons & skunks, but especially rabbits. Our existing fence is 10 years old and seen better days. Rabbits are finding rusted holes & slipping under it. We may also have problems with raccoons. Not sure about that. Rumors abound. Everyone has a different opinion! I am researching fencing systems. We are looking for low cost but effective solutions. Our existing fence is a double fence affair, one line of chicken wire 3 feet tall with the top 8" or so bending outwards to stop the climbers (raccoons, woodchucks), there is an electric cord on top of this. The second fence is 4 feet tall & consists of 2 electric wires. The double fencing has done well to stop the deer. They don't have good depth perception and don't try to jump it. The first fence used to extend along the ground in an 'L' shape about 12" from the fence. This was to stop the diggers. It has worked well until it simply rusted out. We now have a bevvy of rabbits of all ages making our community garden their home. They simply slip under the fence. We also have a resident turkey flock taking to making dust baths in our gardens. I think we can't possibly fence them out as they fly. We gardeners are using a variety of netting, noise makers, etc to discourage them. That seems to be working. Any advice, experience, anecdotes, etc will be appreciated. We hope to devise a system and install it in October.