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I have a huge spot of land for garden use and two years ago I worked the earth and planted on 1/4 of the lot fencing it in with posts and chicken wire. We have deer, foxes, ground hogs, squirrels, rabbits and lots of birds in the area...probably more animals as well. 

This year I extended my planting area to half the garden and I don't have enough fencing material. It wouldn't be worth the cost to purchase more compared to how much produce I get in return. 

So do you think I should purchase new material anyway and fence it in or risk it to the critters and hope they have enough farm land around me to eat from instead of my garden? I planted zucchini, yellow squash, cucumbers, peppers and pumpkins.

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