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1 in. x 2 ft. x 10 ft. Poultry Netting

  • Durable 20-Gauge galvanized wire
  • 1 in. hexagonal mesh weave protection
  • Used to create pens, protect plants, and prevent soil erosion
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Product Overview

The Everbilt 2 ft. x 10 ft. poultry netting features a 1 in. hexagonal mesh weave and is both lightweight and economical. Poultry netting has many uses, such as: Creating pens to confine poultry, rabbits and other small animals, plant protection and support, soil erosion prevention and compost pile confinement. The fence is also constructed of 20-Gauge steel wire that is light weight and offers flexibility to mold to your landscape’s needs. Poultry netting also offers a wide array of uses in the arts and craft field.
  • Galvanized zinc-coated steel for durability and rust prevention
  • 20-Gauge wire for durability
  • 1 in. hexagonal mesh
  • Primarily used to create pens to confine chickens, rabbits and other small animals
  • Can also be used to protect and support plants, prevent soil erosion and compost pile confinement
  • Recommended with use of U-posts (not included) with a suggested space of every 5 to 10 ft. apart and 1 ft. in the ground



  • California residents

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Product Height (in.)2.72 in36 in24 in18 in
Product Length (ft.)2.4 ft10 ft50 ft75 ft
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Product Thickness (in.)2.720.040.041
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
0.01 in
Assembled Height (in.)
24.00 in
Assembled Width (in.)
120.00 in
Mesh Size (in.)
1 in
Product Height (in.)
2.72 in
Product Length (ft.)
2.4 ft
Product Thickness (in.)
2.72

Details

Chain Link Type
Welded
Color Family
Silver
Fence Application
Security
Gauge
20
Material
Metal
Product Weight (lb.)
1.75 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

6Questions27Answers

How do I open the roll?

Asked by Izzy April 17, 2021
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Answer

Hi Izzy, to open the roll, cut open the paper packaging holding the roll together, then you can begin to unroll the fence by unweaving the individual wire going from the outside to the middle of the roll. At that point the roll will be free to unroll.

What is the thickness of the wire?

Asked by CE July 2, 2020
1
Answer

The thickness of the wire is about 0.01 inches.

Can this be used in concrete. I cannot find a cost effective planter and want to fabricate my own...

Asked by Johnathan August 13, 2019
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Answers

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Will it keep gophers out if placed under foundation with stone or should it be put on top ? OR bo...

Asked by Kingpin29 April 5, 2017
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Answers

I think it would. It keeps my little Pomeranians in the back yard

around the shed

Asked by chuck685 July 30, 2016
5
Answers

Should work just fine just secure it so it can't be pulled up

what is the sku# for this product?

Asked by Bill113 December 31, 2014
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Answers

Not sure. Found in garden area with fencing . Many sizes.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 251 reviews
  • 97% recommend this product
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I used the Everbilt 1 in. x 2 ft. x...
I used the Everbilt 1 in. x 2 ft. x 10 ft. Poultry Netting on my dry creek bed drainage ditch. Because the landscape fabric was so slick and my rocks and compost would slide off, I asked my nephew Brandon for suggestions. He was right, this chicken wire was the best solution. I also used landscaper adhesive on the rocks and jute webbing on the steep banks. It all looks great and has weathered the recent rains well!
by RockLady
Used to make protective cages for trees.
I used this wire to make deer-proof enclosures for newly planted spruce plugs. It's easy to work with and should keep my trees from becoming snacks this winter when food is scarce. Once the trees have developed healthy root systems and are staring to outgrow the cages, I can easily remove cages and set them free, probably in 3-5 years. I would recommend this wire, for many projects.
by SPedigrees
Perfectly fit. Solved our problem. Just the amount we needed without excess.
Perfectly fit. Solved our problem. Just the amount we needed without excess.
by Sara
exactly what I was looking for to keep my little dog from darting off a very high deck. Perfect a...
exactly what I was looking for to keep my little dog from darting off a very high deck. Perfect and perfect price! The roll is about 3" wide so straightening it out was the biggest thing. Delivery was on spot. No complaints.
by Happy
1 person found this helpful
Bought to run along our fencing to keep our little dogs in. Worked perfect.
Bought to run along our fencing to keep our little dogs in. Worked perfect.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
I used it to make a dirt sifter to sift out rocks for a french drain. Nifty Spiffy!!
I used it to make a dirt sifter to sift out rocks for a french drain. Nifty Spiffy!!
by Mike
2 people found this helpful
Worked great for my stucco 2'x2' repair...
Worked great for my stucco 2'x2' repair
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
What a fun, easy project
I was wanting to make a few of my cabinet doors in the kitchen a little more "farmhouse". I decided to cut some of the center of the doors and replace the wood with chicken wire. To think for just a few dollars, I was able to transform my entire kitchen by doing such a fun, easy project. All I did was take a jigsaw, cut out the center panels of 4 doors (have 22, total)...using an electric staple gun, I attached the chicken wire...put the handles back on the doors and that was it! I wasn't sure what the 10' of wire would get me but it was plenty for this project and still have a partial roll left. It's fairly thin netting and cuts easily with some shears. My only advice is prior to use...unroll the wire and either roll it in the opposite direction or lay something heavy on it....you can imagine that after thin wire has been wrapped tightly...it'll want to curl up. It wasn't a big issue but thought I'd mention it. The quality of this wire actually exceeded my expectations. it has a bit of a luster which I didn't expect. (Thought it would be more of a dull look, not at all!) I would recommend this product, for sure!
by Maddiegirl
2 people found this helpful
worked exactly how I wanted
My son and I planted a garden this summer for him to have a project. The rabbits kept getting into it and eating his crops. We planted stakes and used this as a fence to keep them out. He's almost ready to harvest his first crop!
by sandiebeaches
8 people found this helpful
This netting is very strong and yet easy to work with.
I used this more for decoration than animal security. I used it on our cabinets instead of class or blank panels. I really liked how flexible the material is.
by Gdaddy
15 people found this helpful
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