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|Product Name:||Heavy Duty Portable Pine Horse Stall Bamboo Steel Frame Remade||Surface Treatment:||Hot Dip Galvanized,powder Coated|
|Material:||Steel,wood||Size:||3m-4.2m, Or 10ft,12ft,14ft|
|Color:||Customized||Key Words:||Temporary Horse Box|
|Application:||Farm, Barn||Advantage:||Safety, Long Life|
Remade Portable Horse Stall,
4.2m Portable Horse Stall
Here are some good tips you can use if you are thinking about building a safe horse stable for your horse. In this article we cover the following important points that you should consider while planning a horse stable.
● Choosing the type of horse stables
● Recommended height of horse stables
● Recommended width of aisles
● Choosing doors for horse stables
● Different floors for stables
The product details:
|Common Size||3.0m-4.2m, or 10ft 12ft 14ft or other sizes on request|
|Frame||50x50mm RHS; 102 OD Mid-post|
|Surface Treatment||Black powder coating or hot dipped galvanized(sliver)|
|Infill Material||Bamboo: 20mm,28mm,32mm. or Pine: 30mm,40mm|
Swivel feeder system (optional)
Swing feeder window (optional)
Hay Rack (optional)
Corner post (optional)
Stainless steel latch
Decorative caps (Brass or 304SS)
|Door Style||Hinged/swing or sliding|
|Advantage||Easy connection, NO need of support post|
|Related Products||Horse stall box; Barn door; Barn window; Horse rubber mat; Horse panel|
|Any other requirements, please feel free to contact us|
Type of horse stables
To begin with, when building stalls you can choose between box (loose) stalls and tie (standing) stalls. With box stalls for an average size riding horse the minimum measurements of the stall should be at least 3×3 meters to 3,6×3,6 meters. This is only the minimum standard and it is recommended that you build a bigger stall if possible. These measurements of horse stables have been set by the Canadian Agri-Food Research Council, Recommended Code of Practice for The Care and Handling of Farm Animals. With tie stalls the minimum measurements are 1,5 meters wide and 2,4 meters long. The stall should be wide enough so the horse can lie down comfortably.
Wiring and lighting
Last but not least, the lighting and wiring of horse stables should be made safe for the horses. Lighting should be placed so that there is a minimum of dark areas. Light bulbs and switches should be placed out of reach from the horses and the bulbs should also be surrounded with safety cages. All plug-ins should be moisture and rodent proof.
Doors for horse stables
When planning horse stables, you can choose either sliding or swinging doors for the horse stalls. The criterions for the doors are that they should be at least 1,2 meters wide and the latches should undo easily, but not so easy that the horses can open the doors themselves. The doors to the grain room should be locked.
Ceilings for horse stables
The next step is to plan the ceilings of the horse stables. The ceilings should be high enough to allow the horse to comfortably raise its head. While 2, 4 meters is the standard height for stables for small horses, taller horses need higher ceilings. It’s also possible to modify an older barn by either raising the ceiling or lowering the floor, but this may prove to be a more expensive solution. The ceilings should also be checked for safety, so that there are no protruding nails from the first floor flooring that might accidentally hurt your horses head.
Contact Person: Vicky You