SHENANDOAH® became one of the brands of Roxell USA, Inc. in 2002. Roxell is a subsidiary of CTB, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway Company.
History of Shenandoah
Founded in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley in 1924, Shenandoah's earliest heaters included coal-fired and hot water brooding systems. From these early poultry brooders, the SHENANDOAH® line of poultry equipment expanded to include gas brooders, nests and incinerators.
CTB acquired substantially all the assets of Shenandoah Manufacturing Co. in 2002, and the production of SHENANDOAH® nests and brooders was moved to CTB's Anderson, Missouri-based Roxell facility at that time. Shenandoah incinerators are now made in Minnesota.
Thanks to Shenandoah's QUAD-GLOW® QuadRadiant® Heater's unique quadrangular heat pattern, poultry producers can "Think Outside the Round" for top heating efficiency. Also part of the SHENANDOAH® line are a wide variety of gas brooders, side-, center-belt and community nests and a range of incinerators. In addition to SHENANDOAH® products, Roxell also offers poultry producers ROXELL® feeders, drinkers, feed storage and feed conveying systems; and PROTERRA® Systems ventilation equipment and controls.
SHENANDOAH® products are supported in the Americas by Roxell's network of independent, authorized distributors. Visit the distributor finder at www.roxell.com to find the distributors nearest to you.