Friday, October 23 2015 by Editor
When you start your barn building project, you will need to choose a barn builder, or contractor, who is perfect for the job.
Thursday, October 22 2015 by Editor
Your barn’s design can make your day-to-day chores faster and much more convenient, but it’s important that you consider this when you’re planning out your barn.
Wednesday, October 21 2015 by Editor
If you have a soft spot in your heart for senior horses, then you may want to take the needs of senior horses into account when designing your barn! The overall design of a barn or stable can contribute to your senior horse’s comfort and health. Here’s what you’ll want to consider when building a barn for a senior equine. Large, Well-Cushioned Stalls When you’ll be housing senior horses, your goal should be to provide them with the largest, roomiest stalls possible.
When building your dream barn , you’ll want to stay within your budget while also getting the best value for your money! Here are some ways that you can safely cut costs when building a barn to help stay within budget while bringing your dream barn to life. Choose a Location That’s Easy to Work With The location that you choose for your barn can have a large impact on the cost of building the barn.
When building your dream barn , you’ll want to stay within your budget while also getting the best value for your money! Here are some ways that you can safely cut costs when building a barn to help stay within budget while bringing your dream barn to life. Choose a Location That’s Easy to Work With The location that you choose for your barn can have a large impact on the cost of building the barn. If you’re able to choose from several possible locations for your barn, then opt for a location which is close to being ready.
Monday, October 19 2015 by Editor
Sometimes life leaves us no choice but to immediately go from the horse barn back to our “outside lives.” Whether it’s heading to the office or a family function, we may find ourselves trying to hide the evidence we’ve been to the barn. If you have to return to your “outside life” immediately after leaving the barn, here are some tips to ease this transition. Keep a Change of Clothes in Your Car Simply changing your clothes can be a great way to refresh, helping to leave the smell of the barn behind you
With the cooler weather and shorter days, it becomes more and more difficult to get yourself out to the barn and into the saddle.
Thursday, October 15 2015 by Editor
We all know that horses are injury and accident prone, but designing your barn carefully can help to maximize safety for both the horses and people! Think about incorporating these safety tips into your barn. Build a Generously Sized Barn Aisle When planning your barn aisle, make sure that it will be wide enough to allow for horses to safely pass through. You should make your barn aisle at least 10 feet wide, though even wider is better.
Having a wash bay in your barn can make day-to-day horse care and grooming so much easier. But it’s important that you design your wash bay correctly from the start. Here are six steps to designing the perfect wash bay! Install Adequate Drainage When planning out your wash bay, be sure to plan for adequate drainage.
Tuesday, October 13 2015 by Editor
There’s a lot to think about when you’re planning to build a horse barn. From how best to position the barn on the property to just what style of a barn you want to build, your plans will quickly become detailed and extensive! But there’s one common factor that you don’t want to forget about until it’s too late: Climate. Why Climate Matters The climate of your location can play a role in determining the types of barns that are most suitable for you