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Welded Wire Panels (original design)

Strong hot-dip galvanized welded wire panels. Great for building lambing jugs, gates, fence lines and many other projects.

1/4 in. diameter rods.

   

ITEM # DESCRIPTION AVAIL. WEIGHT PRICE QTY
964400 40" x 96" Welded Wire Panel, 4" holes In Stock 33.00 $59.00
964500 40" x 72" Welded Wire Panel, 4" holes In Stock 25.00 $48.00
964600 40" x 60" Welded Wire Panel, 4" holes In Stock 21.00 $42.00
964700 40" x 48" Welded Wire Panel, 4" holes In Stock 15.00 $35.00

Connecting Wire Panel Gates to Wooden Posts Using Lag Bolts

Connecting panels with wire hinges

How to secure a Heat Lamp

Shipping

Item #964400 ships LTL-Truck.

Item #964500 has an additional handling fee of $25 per item.
Item #964600 has an additional handling fee of $25 per item.
Item #964700 has an additional handling fee of $10 per item.

Common Uses

For lambing/kidding jugs, pen dividers, pen gates & field gates.

Specs

  • 4" square holes
  • 1/4" dia. rods
  • 1 height (40")
  • 4 lengths
  • Hot-Dip galvanized steel

Benefits

  • All rod ends have been ground smooth before galvanizing to make them safer.
  • 4" holes make them stronger and safe than farm store panels.

Tips

Use a Wire Panel Hinge (see Accessories tab above) to connect the panels together.

Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
Item # 564700 - In Stock
$2.50
A welded wire bracket that easily drops into place onto wire panels or 1 in. wood, yet holds round and square buckets securely.
Item # 965400 - In Stock
$3.00
Provides a strong, reliable connection that is also a 360º hinge. Unlike "hinges" of twine and soft wire that fail at the wrong moment, this hinge does not fail.
Item # 965500 - In Stock
$29.00
3 in. square holes offer less risk of head entrapment and panel heights of 36 in. and 48 in.
Item # 151200 - In Stock
$4.80
Ground rods are essential for energizers to work.
Average Rating: 1 out of 5
Number of Reviews: 2 customers reviewed this product.

Write a Review

Date: December 9, 2012
Jim V from Langley, B.C.
Would you recommend this product? No
Set them up at 48 inches high around a round bale. Looked great but next morning had a nanny goat hanging by her hind feet from the top of it, dead. An expensive lesson as I bought 10 panels I am not going to be using.
Date: July 4, 2012
Jeanette H from Canada
Would you recommend this product? No
2 panels received badly warped and edges crimped. very disappointed.