C. E. Shepherd Company is a Houston based manufacturing company founded in 1957 by Charles E. Shepherd. Since then we’ve grown and diversified but with the Shepherd family at the helm, we’ve never lost our focus on the high quality of our products or our commitment to providing first-rate service.
<p>THE #1 CHOICE IN POULTRY WIRE
C. E. Shepherd Company manufactures a PVC coated galvanized
steel wire mesh which is the #1 choice of poultry farmers for
these simple reasons:
Durability - our exclusive fuse-bonded PVC coating makes our
wire last many times longer than uncoated wire.
Quality - our Poultry Wire is produced under rigidly enfored quality
control standards, assuring you years of trouble-free service.
Service - for nearly half a century, we've earned the reputation for
providing the highest level of customer service.
20 Gauge, PVC Coated, 1" Hex Mesh
Shepherd Side Screen Wire is PVC coated, 1" hex mesh
wire available in 150' rolls of different widths.
While our fuse-bonded coating assures you years of
corrosion resistant service, Shepherd Poultry Wire is
designed for more than durable containment. This
steel wire is also an effective protection against
predators that can tear through plastic netting and eat
into your profits.
In addition, its smooth sang-free surface extends curtain
life and is easy to clean and maintain.
14 Gauge, 2" x 1" PVC Coated Wire Mesh
New or replacement cage bottoms made from 14 gauge 2"
x 1" coated wire will provide more years of trouble-free
service. The coating makes the wire less abrasive to
yoru birds' feet and is easy to clean.
Coated egg rollouts present a smooth surface that will
reduce egg loss through checking or marking.
BOTTOM & EGG
12 OR 14 GAUGE, 1" x 1" PVC COATED WIRE MESH
Available in 14 gauge 1" x 1" mesh for chickens and 12
gauge mesh for heavier birds, Shepherd Breeder
Floor Wire represents significant improvements over
A roll of Shepherd Breeder Floor Wire four feet wide,
100 feet long, replaces 400 square feet of wooden
flooring and is less expensive and easier to install.
Properly supported at 18" - 20" intervals, the mesh
will support a man's weight. While wood rots and
plastic becomes brittl