Horse Housing: How to Plan, Build, and Remodel Barns and Sheds
If you are thinking of building a new horse bar, remodeling a building into a stable, or need ideas on improving the barn you have, Horse Housing is for you. From finding the best building site to choosing stall latches, this book is chock full of practical information and how to tips. It will demystify contracts and regulations, help you find a qualified builder in your area, and explain in detail which materials are good to use around horses and which are not.
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Chapter Two Whos the Builder?
Chapter Five Spaces and Openings
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