Made, right here, in the U.S.A.

Every effort has been made to select the best quality materials. It is getting increasingly harder to find good quality wood. That may seem "hard to believe", but most of the old growth lumber has been harvested years ago. Whenever possible, we will use older wood for its strength, and dimensional stability. We want our products to provide years of dependable service. Brian Lowery

Monday, October 11, 2010

Built to Last

If you look at a completed chicken crate its harder to see where the strength comes from. Here's a picture of a partially finish unit. The corner brackets are easier to see.

We aren't kidding when we say they are built to last, and hope you and your future generations will get lots of service from our hand-made crates.

1 comment:

  1. Your work is certainly impressive, Mr. Lowery! I was searching the internet looking for examples of vintage chicken shipping crates and found your Blog. As the new owner of an 1879 railroad depot, I was looking for samples of articles to display on the freight platform when restoration is complete. Your work is too good for that and would be better served offered for sale in our museum store! We will keep in touch.