24" Wire Panel – DIY Feeders for Large Sheep & Rams
- Panel dimensions: 24"W x 48"L
- 1/4" diameter steel rods
- Hole spacings: 4" x 6"
- (6) barbed 1.6" staples included
All Premier welded wire panels are hot-dip galvanized after all welds are completed. This ensures a heavy zinc coating that resists rusting and extends panel life for years.
How to Use
If your panels are not fitting…If the feeder panels appear too long to fit correctly into your feeder, it may be that your feeder is not square or slightly less than eight feet long.
To fix this problem you can overlap the panels in the center as shown in the photo.
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.
Wire Panels and AccessoriesItem #9661001 -
30" x 48" welded wire steel panels for building your own sheep and goat hay feeders. Saves money by reducing hay waste.$56.00
FencingItem #360200 -
Heavy duty barbed staples for affixing tube style electric fence insulators to wood posts.$3.50
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Richard H from Connecticut
I made “A” frames over large pots inside the greenhouse of climbing vegetables. The panels are very strong and should support my winter squash and cucumber plants.
Gary F from New York
One panel recently purchased was obviously slightly bent when welded and therefor was difficult to place in the feeder. Also several of the horizontal rods extended beyond the vertical rods. Other than those defects the panels work, but quality does not seem to be as good as it was when I first ordered the same panels years ago. I have built 16 feeders using the Premier 1 panels and DIY feeder plans. The originals built twenty plus years ago are still in use and the original panels have held up well.
Laurie J from Colorado
5 stars all the way! I have wanted to build a feeder for years. I finally did it! It was pretty easy and well worth it it. My sheep love it and it has cut my hay loss by at least 3/4.
Michelle K from Pennsylvania
Panels worked great for the feeders we built following the Premier 1 plans!
Jim B from Michigan
These two sided and one sided feeders are easy to build and they last. The wire panels work. Built a two sided 20 years ago and just built a one sided.