SHENANDOAH® became one of the brands of Agile Mfg., Inc. in 2002. Agile 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 Agile 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, Agile 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 Agile's network of independent, authorized distributors. Visit the distributor finder on this site to find the SHENANDOAH, ROXELL and PROTERRA distributors nearest to you.