• Choosing the Right Doors for Your Agricultural Building

    Doors are a key feature in the design of any storage structure or agricultural building. Pole buildings call for special construction requirements, while also allowing for flexibility in both design and functionality. The type and size of the doors you choose will greatly affect how well your building works for you. So in order to


    When contemplating a new building for your farm, it makes good sense to look for ways to make it environmentally sustainable. As every farmer knows, it’s always easier to work with nature than against it. And in the long run, going green will save you money through reduced energy use and preserve precious resources for

  • 3 Keys to Designing Cattle Barns for Healthy Livestock

    Thanks to their large interior spans and quick, inexpensive construction, pole barns are ideal for housing livestock. Whether you need an open shed to provide basic shelter in your pasture, a dairy barn with milking stations or a chicken house, you can have it sooner for less if you choose pole barn construction. THE KEYS

  • 6 Reasons to Choose a Pole Barn for Your Machinery Shed or Workshop

    Pole barns are ideal for farm buildings such as machinery sheds and workshops. They’re affordable, durable and flexible to allow highly customized designs. The following are six reasons why pole barns are such a great choice for farm workshops and sheds. 1. Flexible interiors Because pole barns allow large open spans inside a building, they

  • Siting Livestock Sheds and Barns on Your Farm

    When you need to build a new shed or barn for your livestock, the location you choose affects much more than the scenery around your farm and the number of steps you have to take to get your chores done. The site you choose has a huge impact on the atmosphere inside your barn and

  • Pole Barns & Farm Buildings in Every Style

    It doesn’t matter if you have a 2,000 acre commercial farm or a 10 acre hobby farm, your farm building or pole barn needs to get the job done. You might be storing farm equipment such as tractors and combines or housing livestock such as horses. The real question is: does your pole barn or

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