Welded Wire Panels (original design)
Sturdy, hot-dip galvanized wire panels are great for lambing and kidding pens, gates, fence lines and many other projects. 1/4 in. diameter rods. 4"x4" holes.
Tall enough for most sheep (unless they are very active, flighty or high-libido rams during breeding season.)
Look to our reinforced PowerBilt® Panels for 3"x3" holes.
*Items #964600, #964500 and #964400 are subject to shipping charges due to oversized and/or overweight items. Use the following table as a general estimate. Exact shipping charges may vary based on your location. We will contact you via phone or email with a quote before the product is shipped.
Estimated Shipping Cost for Welded Wire Panels
|Zone A||Zone B||Zone C|
|40" x 60"
40" x 72"
|1–8 panels‡||Plus $12/per panel|
|40" x 96"||LTL Delivery Fee||$225||$275||$325|
|1–8 panels‡||Plus $8/per panel|
- 4" square holes
- 1/4" dia. rods
- 1 height (40")
- 4 lengths
- Hot-dip galvanized steel
Usually used for stock confinement, galvanized welded wire mesh is also an excellent material for deck railings—very strong and extremely durable.
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.
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Gretchen R from Virginia
Super quality and as advertised.
Cheryl S from South Dakota
Love these panels. They are worth every penny.
Monica B from Idaho
When our initial order was damaged by UPS prior to arrival the company let me know and got a replacement out right away. The panel is exactly as expected, good quality, arrived quickly, and I am very pleased with the product and shopping experience!
Todd M from Massachusetts
I have used these panels for at least 20 years. They are still as good as new. The "hot dip" really works. I have mostly 40x60 and 40x72 that I use for lambing jugs. I just bought a pair of 40x48 to use as ends to make a cage for when I want to transport just one sheep, or a few lambs in the bed of my pick-up truck. Premier1 sells a cage, but since I already had all but the ends. I plan to use 4 40x60 and 2 40x48 panels, letting the end panels (the 40x48) extend 8 inches at the top. (I put a top on the cage, just to be safe).
Brubaker B from Pennsylvania
Panels are incredibly versatile and easy to use for lambing pens. You can buy the spiral hinges to attach them to each other, but we just use heavy duty cable ties.