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Barn Fence

I love grand prix jumping fields that incorporate hedges and fanciful entries like this one.

If I did not already own a Hayhut, I would build this. Feeds one round bale or six to eight square bales. All treated wood, solid roof sheathing, keeps hay off the ground, virtually eliminates waste and spoilage. Every edge is chamfered for horse safety. Built on skids, the unit is completely portable, so I can move it to fresh ground or another field anytime, pulling it with a pickup truck. It wasn't cheap, but it has paid for itself in savings in hay

on just 5 acres this horse farm has it all ... elegance, covered arena, stunning porte-cochere entry, immaculate stables, exquisite home, manager's apartment, grass turn out, round pen...

love the concrete to the paddock. dirty hoofs empty rocks and mud before getting into the barn

3- Stall Shedrow Barn shown with: - 3:12 roof pitch - 12’ overhang - 8’ eaves - brown frame - grilled stall fronts - enclosed overhang - solid sliding doors - Grand Prix metal Ultra Cool roofing and filler panels

Wet weather paddocks with run-in sheds. PERFECT for wet and soggy winters to let them get the wiggles out! (Photo Credit: Pumpkin Farms)