Picture this attractive and practical prefabricated horse barn out in your rolling green pasture. With a solid, pressure treated kick plate around the whole interior, the Stall Barn is a sturdy enough building for all your livestock needs. This prefab horse stall shed was designed to be dragged from pasture to pasture when you rotate your fields. Dutch doors allow your horses, cattle, goats, or sheep to look outside while being contained in the barn. Opening the top half of the door promotes plenty of ventilation so they get lots of fresh air too. An interior partition divides the space if you need to separate animals. Finally, the 30-foot-long Stall Barns have one of the stalls converted into a three-sided run-in for free-ranged shelter.
Try to avoid placing the barn in a low spot or at the bottom of a hill where water can accumulate. Place the shed so the open side is opposite the direction from prevailing winds, to provide shelter against cold arctic winds. We recommend the building sit on a level compacted crushed stone base 8″-12″ inches deep. Once the building is in place, lay rubber matting on top of the stone and add a bed of wood shavings, straw, or saw dust.
Choose Your Size & Type
Start by choosing your size and preferred format. This barn is offered in sizes ranging from 10’x20′ up to 12’x30′. The 20-foot-long barns include two fully enclosed stalls. The 30-foot long barns also come with the two enclosed stalls plus a three sided run-in area. Pick from the following:
• Complete Shell – With this package you get everything needed to set up an uninsulated Stall Barn. A treated sill plate, hemlock wall and roof framing, siding, a metal roof, and two sets of dutch doors come with this package. The interior kickplate really makes this building most ideal for housing horses, or other farm animals that need a roomy shelter. The barn may be ordered as a Pre-Cut Kit delivered anywhere in the Continental United States and parts of Canada. 14-foot-wide barns may be purchased fully assembled if your site is accessible and located up to 300 miles from our factory in South Londonderry, Vermont.
Each type of building comes with default options that match our specifications. However, if you want to personalize your barn, we have made that process a breeze. As you go through each step, you’ll be able to pick and choose which options you want.
• Strengthen – Our post and beam Stall Barn was designed with New England weather conditions in mind. But that doesn’t mean you can’t strengthen it even more. Roof rafters can be upgraded to 16” on center for an increased snow load rating.
• Personalize – Enhance the look of your barn by choosing a different siding, or roofing. We offer a variety of pine and cedar siding choices. Roofing material comes in a variety of corrugated metal colors, cedar shingles, or clear poly roof panels. If you need some stall barn ideas, we have suggestions. We think the standard set up is pretty perfect for livestock shelter use. However, if you wanted to add some whimsical touches to your barn, you could consider upgrading the siding to the Adirondack Live Edge style with Western Red Cedar Shakes. Then paint the trim in a contrasting color once the barn is built.
• Add-Ons – A premium trim package creates a polished look to the roof while using enclosure strips to close up the gaps in the metal roofing rib pattern. If you need some storage for your larger handled tools add some peg racks to the wall framing.