3.65mx3.65m Hot Dipping Galvanized Temporary Horse Stables Horse Stall
According to the Canadian Agri-Food Research Council, Recommended Code of Practice for The Care and Handling of Farm Animals, a loose box should be 10'X10' (3mX3m) to 12'X12' (3.6mX3.6m) for an average size riding horse. These are minimum recommendations. If you have the resources to build larger stalls, you can, of course, build them larger. Larger horses will appreciate the extra room to move around, so if you have a draft or draft cross, adding extra space will help them move freely, and lie down without feeling cramped.
Although the recommended size for a foaling stall is the same as a regular stall, many people like more generous sized boxes for mares and foals. The easiest way to provide roomy accommodations for mares and foals is to take the partitions out between two regular stalls. So you don't have to build a stall specifically to be a foaling stall. Even if you don't plan to have a foal, it is handy to design at least one stall with this in mind.
Horse barns are commonly built with a ceiling height of 10 to 12 feet with 8 feet being the minimum. A low ceiling not only inhibits air circulation, but also increases the chance that a horse may strike its head. In fact, many stables have open truss or rafter construction with no ceiling. In this case, the minimum height is the clearance to the lowest item on which a horse may strike its head, such as a light fixture or truss bottom chord.
Stall dividers are commonly 2-inch thick rough-cut oak or tongue-and-groove pine. Kicking and chewing damage is more obvious with softwoods, with most kicking damage in the lower 5 feet of the partition. Use pressure-treated lumber for the bottom boards in contact with the ground. Plywood ( 3/4 inch minimum width) is an alternative to boards.
(customized width are also available)
|Panel frame square tube
|Panel welded wire mesh
Wire diameter: 4mm
Mesh size: 50x50mm
|plate for panel
for 3000mm width: 2894x1194x10mm
for 3650mm width: 3544x1194x10mm
|2950mm length with 2 wheels
|plate for gate
1 . Sliding Door horse stall With more of a traditional look, our sliding horse stall door gallery will show much of what we can do. We have the ability to tailor our standard horse stall designs to suit your individual preference and style.
2 . Hinged Door horse stall Our hinged horse stalls feature a unique style and design element. Using elegant curves and design features, we tailor these fronts to fit your needs, giving your barn the ultimate in function and appearance.
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