One horse or twenty, there's one thing all horse owners have in common...the need to provide safe and secure shelter for their equine partners. At Horizon Structures, we combine expert craftsmanship, top-of-the-line materials and smart "horse-friendly" design to create a full line of sheds and barns that any horse owner can feel confident is the right choice for their horses' stabling needs.
All wood. Amish Made. Most of our buildings are shipped 100% pre-built and ready for same-day use. Larger barns are a modular construction and can be ready for your horses in less than a week. All our barn packages include everything you need
There are significant advantages to modular barn construction, not just in the ease of set up and fast delivery, but also in regard to adding to the structure later if required and customization of all facets and features of the building. Ask about warranties, financing options and visit the company’s previous builds to ensure that you are making the best choice of partner for your horse barn structure.
Naturally the safety and well-being of the horse should always be forefront in designing horse accommodation and there are lots of options that an experienced horse barn builder can help you navigate to ensure the final result answers all your needs and desires for equine care.
There will also need to be a sturdy structure to tie to.There is usually a manger for hay at the front of a standing stall, so the width of this should be considered, but that horses cannot tamper with. That ends up a clean-up headache for the owner, as well as a possible safety and health hazard for the horses.Even if you don't plan to have a foal, it is handy to design at least one stall with this in mind.
You'll need to decide how you will water your horses when they are stabled. The most economical option is a bucket hung upon the wall. Buckets on the floor can get knocked over making a mucky mess. In the winter, heated buckets keep the water free of ice. Electrical receptacles with GFCIs will be needed close by for each bucket. Automatic waters mean no carrying sloshing buckets, but it is more difficult to monitor the horse's intake. You won't know how much (or little) your horse is drinking. Some horses may be fussy about drinking out of them, and they need to be insulated against freezing temperatures. The bowls need frequent cleaning.
Sometimes the stables were set in a square with a courtyard in the middle and sometimes they were set in an L-shape. Of course Britain enjoys a rich tradition of everything equine.
The weather was often damp and rainy, and wherever we went the stables were always deeply bedded in straw to protect the horses from the cold concrete floor. Back then there were no rubber mats or shavings anywhere to be seen.
Brick stables are very practical to hose down with water but can take some serious effort scrubbing to keep truly clean and there is nothing for the horses to nibble except the wooden Dutch door, so those are often gnawed. The brick walls are also unforgiving when a horse becomes cast or kicks out, and our show horses were always wrapped in standing bandages to protect their legs from the rough walls.
Much of Europe houses horses in brick stables or stone buildings due to the traditional building methods of brick and mortar. Much of my time training in Germany was spent in wooden or metal indoor arenas but the stable yard was almost always brick and mortar. The more modern yards had lined the stables with wood, to protect the horse from the harshness of the brick walls.
The product details:
|Products name||Bamboo Wooden Horse Stable|
|Panel size||2.75m x 2.1m (Customized size are accepted)|
|Structure||Top part with hollow bars, lower parts with infillings|
|Steel pipe (32*25*2mm RHS, 50*25*3.5mm RHS, φ19*1.5mm round pipe)|
|Surface finish||Hot Dip Galvanized or powder coated|
|fabric, PP plate, fumigation wooden plate, bamboo plate|
|Door||One swivel door in front|
|Lock||One spring lock|
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