Horse Barns 101

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There are just so many things to know about horse barns that reading through a couple of articles and looking at pictures of stables are not enough to claim you know everything there is to know about them. If you are reading this because you want to learn the basics about horse barns, then you came to the right place. If you want to learn how to make a horse barn in detailed step-by-step instructions, then you should try to search for DIY tutorials and videos. This article will talk about 3 important things to consider when building horse barns.

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Allison DuPree's Bio: Hey y'all, my name's Allison DuPree and I'd like to welcome you to my new web site, Barn Building! I've been a country girl nearly all my life. I just love the outdoors and working on a farm.

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There are just so many things to know about horse barns that reading through a couple of articles and looking at pictures of stables are not enough to claim you know everything there is to know about them. If you are reading this because you want to learn the basics about horse barns, then you came to the right place. If you want to learn how to make a horse barn in detailed step-by-step instructions, then you should try to search for DIY tutorials and videos. This article will talk about 3 important things to consider when building horse barns.

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Please visit our website, horse barns 1-Horse Barn Safety: It is important for horses to live in a safe environment. Horse barns should have safety features to prevent accidents and avoid risk or injury of their occupants. For example, aisles should be wide enough to let the horse and the horse’s handler to move about freely. A width of at least 8 feet should do. Ceilings must be high enough so that the horses can stand up with a lot more room above their heads. The same with doors, so that the horses could pass through without having to bow their heads. Wide and high doors are a big advantage for horse barns. Lighting should be placed were the horses cannot reach them. You can also cage the lights in the barn to make sure they do not come in contact with the bulbs. When it comes to stall doors, sliding doors are more preferable than swinging. Last but not the least, always keep the floor area free from clutter by sweeping it clean as often as possible. Acquire space from a private sector: There are a few companies, like Vivos , that sell spaces within its huge underground complex, but only a few select will be chosen. Vivos , for example, has been ready since 2011 and has now opened to more applicants for a cheaper price. Although the rooms are more like just an “economy” room, a lot of people have been showing their interest in purchasing the spaces.

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