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  • Consider Ventilation When Designing Your Horse Barn

    Keeping horses healthy and well-maintained is a top priority for every owner, and high quality air is essential for minimizing respiratory concerns and improving your horses’ living standards. As an expert horse barn builder, we know that ventilation is one of the most important features in any horse barn, and post frame buildings allow for…

  • Building a Small Horse Barn

    Horses are intuitive and intelligent. And in the same way that we humans select and modify our own living spaces, they require just the right environment in which to live and grow. As an experienced horse barn builder, we know that poorly constructed equestrian facility can mean more than higher vet bills and maintenance costs…

  • Wood vs. Metal: Which Is Best for Your Horse Barn?

    Ask a group of horse owners which they prefer for their horse barns and sheds and you’re likely to find strong opinions on both sides. Often cost is a big factor in choosing materials for a new post frame barn structure, but in many cases the costs of materials and labor for wood or metal…

  • Build an Indoor Riding Ring

    An indoor riding ring takes your riding program year-round, providing a safe, weatherproof instruction and show ring that can be as simple or as elaborate as you like. Some owners include features like tack rooms, wash areas, observation rooms, bathrooms and show seating in their plans. Others are looking for an affordable, basic structure to…

  • Building Eaves Onto Your Barn for Extra Storage

    When designing a new horse barn, or when working discussing your needs with a custom horse barn builder, eaves aren’t always at the top of a horse owner’s list of concerns. Yet you have many options when choosing eaves for your barn, and they have a big impact on its utility over the long term….

  • Build a Run-In Shed or Loafing Shed

    Whether you’re planning a run-in shed for quick shelter during daily turnout, as a temporary stable until your barn is built, or to serve as the main shelter for horses who spend most of their time in pasture, a post frame barn-style run-in shed is one of the most basic and useful structures on the…

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