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  • 3 Keys to Designing Cattle Barns for Healthy Livestock

    Thanks to their large interior spans and quick, inexpensive construction, post frame 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 to work with a…

  • Siting Livestock Sheds and Barns on Your Farm

    When engaging a post frame ag building contractor 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…

  • Post Frame 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 post frame 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 post frame…

  • Why Do You Need a Second Floor in Your Post Frame Barn?

    Sometimes it’s a simple matter of wanting extra storage space or having an absolute need for a complete second floor or loft, but what helps you determine whether or not to move forward with a second floor in your new farm building? As an expert post frame barn builder, we certainly know why. Read on…

  • Top 5 Advantages of Post Frame Barns

    When people are looking to build a new post frame barn or farm building, they often do research to find out what style of framing and building is the best. Simply put, post frame barns are the most affordable and cost-effective solution. Even more, the best post frame barns built by expert post frame barn…

  • Wood vs. Metal: Which is Better for Post Frame Barns

    As people plan on building a new post frame barn or farm building, there are some choices that need to be made in regards to the materials used for the framing, as well as the materials used for the outer shell of the barn, sometimes called the building envelope. Not all post frame barn builders…

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