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Kaspar Wire Works, Inc. came into existence more than 100 years ago when August Kaspar made and sold his first wire basket. Around that time, smooth wire fences were being replaced with effective and efficient barbed wire. With a surplus of discarded smooth wire, August fashioned a crude basket intended to carry hay and corn shucks from the barn to the animal stalls and later sold that first (and many more to follow) model to a neighbor for a dollar. The company now operates on a 550,000 square foot, 40 acre manufacturing facility with state of the art equipment and highly knowledgeable craftsmen and engineers.

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Small Wire Gym Basket

$45.00

A ranch hand, using wire discarded by cattle ranchers, originally created these baskets for hauling hay and corn husks during the age of the American frontier. The resulting company, Kaspar Wire Works of Shiner, Texas, remains family owned after five generations. Our small Industrial Wire Basket...

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Free_to_ship_bug Large Wire Gym Basket
Large Wire Gym Basket

$49.00

A ranch hand, using wire discarded by cattle ranchers, originally created these baskets for hauling hay and corn husks during the age of the American frontier. The resulting company, Kaspar Wire Works of Shiner, Texas, remains family owned after five generations. Our large Industrial Wire Basket...

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Free_to_ship_bug Small Industrial Sheet-Metal Basket
Small Industrial Sheet-Metal Basket

$45.00

A ranch hand, using wire discarded by cattle ranchers, originally created these baskets for hauling hay and corn husks during the age of the American frontier. The resulting company, Kaspar Wire Works of Shiner, Texas, remains family owned after five generations. Our small Industrial Sheet-Metal...

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Free_to_ship_bug Large Industrial Sheet-Metal Basket
Large Industrial Sheet-Metal Basket

$49.00

A ranch hand, using wire discarded by cattle ranchers, originally created these baskets for hauling hay and corn husks during the age of the American frontier. The resulting company, Kaspar Wire Works of Shiner, Texas, remains family owned after five generations. Our large Industrial Sheet-Metal...

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