Prefab Metal Barns Down on the Farm
Today’s modern farmers overwhelmingly choose pre-engineered metal barn kits and agricultural buildings. They rely on the affordability, flexibility, and durability of prefab metal barns, loafing sheds, equipment shelters, and other farm structures.
Family Farming: Steel Going Strong
Families have always been the backbone of American farming. In fact, many working farms in the past have remained in a family for generations.
Farming today is still predominantly a family business. According to the USDA, families own 97% of all of the two million farms in the U.S.
Farmers today increased their acreage as large-scale equipment expanded their capabilities.
According to the latest USDA figures, American farms now average 444 acres. However, larger farms may include thousands of acres.
High-Tech Barn Kits and Farm Buildings
Pre-engineered barn buildings can span 200’ or more without any interior columns or overhead rafters.
Therefore, metal barns, loafing sheds, equipment shelters, and other Ag buildings provide plenty of unobstructed space. Maneuvering huge tractors and ungainly farm equipment proves far easier in clear span metal buildings.
Whatever Your Need for Farm Buildings, RHINO has the Answer
RHINO’s sturdy prefab steel buildings supply multiple farm structural needs, including:
- Calving barns
- Covered or indoor riding arenas
- Dairy barns and milking houses
- Farm equipment storage buildings or sheds
- Feed storage
- Fertilizer sheds
- Grain crop, or commodity storage buildings
- Hay barns and hay sheds
- Horse barns
- Horse stables
- Livestock shelters
- Loafing sheds
- Machine shops
- Poultry houses
- Sale barns
- Storage buildings
- Truck and trailer garages
RHINO Barn Buildings are Stronger, Safer, and Smarter
Learn more about RHINO’s quick-and-easy steel barn kits and other farm tech buildings.
Long-lasting, commercial-grade steel forms the framing for all our barn buildings and other structures.
Please call RHINO Steel Building Systems today. Ask our metal building specialist for more information and a free estimate on your next building project.
You can contact RHINO by calling 940.383.9566.
(Updated 12-2-2020. Originally published 8-22-2014.)