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|Name:||Horse Stable Front Horse Stable Metal Horse Fence Panel||Type:||Horse Stable|
|Size:||3.6x2.2m, 4x2.2m Or Customized||Use:||Horse Barn/ Stable|
|Wood:||Bamboo, Hardwood||Keywords:||Horse Stable|
|Door Type:||Sliding Door Or Swing Door||Infill Material:||Horse Stall|
|Feature:||Horse Protection, Luxury, Long Life||Surface Treatment:||Galvanized Or Powder Coating|
|Application:||Breed A Variety Of Horses||Farm:||Galvanized Steel|
european stall fronts,
prefab horse stables
Horse fence can be one of the most attractive features of a horse facility. But not all fence is suitable for horses. Fencing is a major capital investment that should be carefully planned before construction. A fence should keep horses on the property and keep away nuisances such as dogs and unwanted visitors. Fences aid facility management by allowing controlled grazing and segregating groups of horses according to sex, age, value, or use.
Well-constructed and maintained fences enhance the aesthetics and value of a stable facility, which in turn complements marketing efforts. Poorly planned, haphazard, unsafe, or unmaintained fences will detract from a facility's value and reflect poor management. Good fences can be formal or informal in appearance, yet all should be well built and carefully planned. Many experienced horse owners will relay stories about the savings for cheaper, but unsafe, horse fence (barbed wire, for example) eventually being paid for in veterinary bills to treat injured horses.
Often, more than one kind of fence is used at a facility. Different fences might be installed for grazing pastures, exercise paddocks, riding areas, or for securing property lines. Land topography influences the look, effectiveness, and installation of fencing. Consider different horse groups. Stallions, weanlings, mares, mares with foals, and geldings all have different fencing requirements.
Pasture use may range from exercise paddocks (corrals) to grazing or hay production. Paddock layout should allow for ease of management, including movement of horses, removal of manure, and care of the footing surface. Pasture design should allow field equipment, such as mowers, manure spreaders, and baling equipment, to enter and maneuver easily. This will reduce fence damage by machinery and the time needed to work in the field.
Barn stall doors come standard with all welded frame
Can be customized to your unique style and design.
Add cross buck trim for traditional look at no additional cost.
Choose from wood bottom and top,16 guage steel sheet or divided light window on top.
Sliding, hinged or bi-fold styles.
Horse barn doors come standard with overhead track, rollers, doors guides, and all necessary hardware.
|3. Frame and middle brace(mm)||50x50mm SHS|
|4. Up vertical tube||25mm, 19mm O.D.|
|5. Surface treatment||Hot-dip galvanized or Galvanized steel then powder coated|
Horse Stall Specifications
Front Type:Sliding, European or customized
Common Size:Length: 10ft, 12ft, 14ft (3.0m -4.2 m ) Height: 7.2ft (2.2m)
Surface Treatment: Hot dipping galvanized; Black Powder coated
Infill material: Bamboo:20mm 28mm 32mm 38mm Southern yellow pine: 30mm 40mm
Frame:50x50mm RHS; 102/114 OD Mid-post
Swivel feeder system (optional)
Swing feeder window (optional)
Hay Rack (optional)
Corner post (optional)
Stainless steel latch
Decorative caps (Brass or 304SS)
Related Products: Horse stall box; Barn door; Barn window; Horse rubber mat; Horse panel
|1.Fully hot dip galvanized finish or powder coated surface.|
|2.A full range of design and style options.|
|3.Swing window & swivel feeder are optional as accessories.|
|4.Wood, wire mesh, round pipe are optional as infill material.|
|5.Auto- lock and sliding systems give you a good experience|
Contact Person: Vicky You