Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Frame Permanent Standard Portable Bamboo Horse Stall Panels
Stalls keep horses safe, comfortable, out of severe weather and in a place where they can relax. Therefore, good stall design is an integral part of keeping horses healthy and happy.
Let’s review the basics of stall design, so you, too, can create great spaces for your horses. Let’s begin with sizing a stall.
The typical United States stall size is 12 by 12 feet square. This is a good size for many horses, but will be too small for some larger horses, such as drafts and warmbloods. Larger horses benefit from 12-by-14-foot stalls (minimum) or 14-by-14-foot stalls.
If you have a pony, you might not need to decrease your stall size, but at least think about scaling elements down. For example, your pony will need to look out, so he’ll need a lower stall door; and he’ll need to eat comfortably, so a feed rack might need to be mounted lower.
The rule of thumb is that the horse, no matter its size, should be able to lie down in a fully reclined position and move easily without touching the walls of the stall.
Our Product Description
- Horses requiring stall rest easily accommodated.
- Grooming, saddling, training may be easier.
- Complete shelter from wind and weather.
- Lower status horses not threatened by dominant herd members, and horses can be moved if threatened.
- Horses may stay cleaner (i.e., stabling before a show the horse can't roll in the dirt).
- Feed consumption and manure production are easier to monitor.
1. Horse Stable Specifications
||European sliding or customized
Length: 10ft, 12ft, 14ft (3.0m -4.2 m )
Height: 7.2ft (2.2m)
||Hot dip galvanized; Black Powder coated
Bamboo:20mm 28mm 32mm 38mm
Southern yellow pine: 30mm 40mm
||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)
||Horse stall box; Barn door; Barn window; Horse rubber mat; Horse panel
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Windows and Openings
Natural light is a great idea in a barn. However, if you use a window or an opening on the back of your stall, be sure it is designed with safety in mind.
Glass windows must be placed high in the wall (5 feet or above), constructed of tempered glass, and protected on the horse side with bars. Another option is a sliding shutter; a shutter can be opened in nice weather and closed in bad weather.
The style of stall fronts you choose should relate to what you’re trying to achieve. Stall fronts can be completely open-grille or partial solid. Unlike the open-grille stall door described above, an open grille on the stall front itself is not usually the best option. Open grilles are used if:
- your aisles are extra wide, to prevent horses from being bothered by other horses;
- you have ample storage elsewhere and don’t need to use stall fronts for storage;
- in veterinary settings, for monitoring sick horses.
Because most people’s situations don’t fit into the criteria above, a partial-solid stall front is most practical, because it gives the horse a better sense of enclosure and provides a storage surface for hanging blankets, etc.
||Anping Jinghua Steel Grating Metal Wire Mesh Co., Ltd
||Chengyouzi Township Development Zone, Anping County, China 053600
||Manufacturer & Exporter
|Livestock Fencing Series
(1)Horse stable, horse barn window & doors, mats
(2)Cattle panel, horse round pen, related gates
Q1: I have no import experience, can I do it?
Yes, we will assist you to import, and consult for you the total bill for importing.
Q2: Is the importing of horse stable expensive?
No if you can accept a longer transport time about 30days.
Q3: Can you help with the design?
Sure, we have professional designers. Design is free.
Q4: How can I get a quote?
Contact us with picture, size, quantity and your port, then fast quote with be sent.
Q5: How can you guarantee your quality?
We specialized in horse stable over 10 years.