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Steel Buildings for Horse Barns and Stables

RHINO Metal Stables, Riding Arenas, and Horse Barn Kits Equestrian enthusiasts appreciate the advantages supplied by metal horse barns, indoor riding arenas, and horse stables.  Whatever the need, RHINO prefabricated steel buildings deliver the most durable structure at the best price. Protect Your Horses with Steel Stables and Horse Barn Kits Horses represent a large investment of time, money— and…

Metal Barns and Outbuildings for Rural Living

Improving Life and Property Value with Steel Outbuildings Metal barns and outbuildings dot the countryside everywhere you go. Across the heartland—and in rural areas just outside major metropolitan areas—peaceful country homestead, farm, and ranch properties include steel buildings. The Numbers on Living in the Country According to the latest statistics on rural dwellers: 46.1 million U.S. residents now live in…

Steel Dairy Barns for Contented Cows

Happy Cows in Comfortable Barns Produce More Milk Pre-engineered steel dairy barns create a safer, more comfortable environment for dairy farmers— and for the herds they own.  Surprising research shows happy cows not only produce more milk, but better quality milk. Got Milk? Thank American Dairy Farmers. The scope of the American dairy industry boggles the mind: The average American…

Agricultural Building Trends- Part 2

21 Reasons Perceptive Farmers and Ranchers Choose Steel Buildings In part one of this series on agricultural building trends, we learned both farms and farming equipment are much larger today. Barns and other farm buildings must increase in size. Consequently, agricultural steel building sales are on the rise. Why are so many farmers and ranchers choosing to build with steel?…

Agricultural Building Trends- Part 1

The Super-Sizing of U.S. Farming BIG defines the agricultural building trends today. Farms are bigger and so are tractors and other farming equipment, creating an increased need for bigger farm buildings. In 1790, farmers made up 90% of the U.S. labor force. Farming required backbreaking work, plowing fields with crude wooden plows pulled by horses or oxen. Three hundred man-hours…