Storage always seems to be an issue in horse barns – it seems that no matter how much storage a barn offers, you always need more! Here are some great ways that you can maximize the amount of indoor storage offered by your barn. Install Lockers and Closets Installing a number of lockers and closets in your barn can instantly maximize the storage that you have available
Tuesday, December 22 2015 by Editor
Have you been contemplating whether adding an indoor arena to your property is worth the investment? We’ve got the answer for you – it is! Here are some of the biggest advantages of an indoor arena that you can’t afford to ignore. Increased Lesson Income Do you live in a climate with harsh winter weather?
Friday, December 11 2015 by Editor
If you live in an area which receives significant snowfall each winter, then it’s important to factor in the weight that your barn must be able to support when you’re planning the structure. Barn collapses can be devastating, but they’re also usually avoidable. These tips can help you to design your barn to withstand heavy snow loads
Ventilation is so important when your barn houses horses. Without proper ventilation, your horses may be at risk for respiratory issues
Wednesday, November 25 2015 by Editor
As you start planning out your dream barn , you’ll want to include all of the features that you have dreamed about having in your own barn. But there’s another person who will likely use your barn on a regular basis: Your trainer.
Wednesday, November 18 2015 by Editor
One of the major decisions that you will face when building or expanding your barn is selecting what style of horse stall is right for your barn. While there is plenty of variety between stall styles, stall doors come in just two styles – sliding and hinge doors
When you own a horse barn with multiple horses, there’s a good chance that you spend most of your chore time cleaning stalls. Stall cleaning is a necessary chore, but did you know that you can actually design your horse barn to make stall cleaning easier? Here are some tips that you’ll want to consider when planning and building your barn! Include Generously Sized Stalls One of the biggest mistakes that new barn owners make is to install stalls in their barn that are really too small for their horses.
Your farm and barn are your sanctuary. They are places where you and your family can enjoy your horses in peace. Or they should be, at least – encroaching development of neighboring properties or busy nearby roads can leave your private property feeling anything but. Don’t worry, though – we’ve come up with some great ways that can add privacy to your farm! Set the Barn and House Back from the Road One of the best ways to create privacy for your property begins with the construction stage.