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I recommend using clear tarpaulin cover - we have one side of ours attached by hooks to an adjacent fence and then it is pulled across and down (so it is at a 45 degree angle) and attached by bungee clips to the base of the run on the oppposite side. It means the run is completely waterproofed as the rain just runs off the slope but it also means plenty of air still circulates to keep the girls fresh smelling and lets in lots of light. Plus they look less as if they are in a polytunnel! When the sun is out or no rain is forecast I just unhook the run-side and fold the cover back and hook it over the fence side. (Probaly needs a photo - sorry!)

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