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Our 40x50 Horse Barn Plans are a classic horse barn design, known in some areas as the monitor style or the Kentucky horse barn. Whatever you call it it is recognized everywhere as a classic horse barn design.
This barn design includes a 20' or 16' wide center aisle and two 10' or 12' wide lean to's. In this configuration you have many options available to you. The most obvious would be to use the 10x10 areas between posts in the lean's for medium size horse stalls. Then you will end up with a total of 10 10x10 stalls, five on each side of the center aisle.
With a full loft you can enjoy tons of square feet of space above that regular pole barn designs just don't offer. Use it to store hay, or an out of the weather place to hide out after chores. Sometimes you just want to get away from everything, shut off that cell phone and lay back in the hay. Doesn't that sound relaxing? The sweet smell of the hay and the sound of the gentle blowing of the horses interrupted by the cackling of that Rhode island red hen announcing to the world the arrival of a freshly lain egg.
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These are full construction plans that you can build this barn from. Plus you will also get included with these plans my ebook titled How to Build Your Post and Beam Barn. The book takes you through the whole construction process step by step, including information about securing local timbers, finding the right contractors, and preparing your site.
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Sep 16, 19 10:45 AM
The Plans were great. I started it with my 3 year old daughter, trying to involve her. It was quite a fun project, but I pretty much did it alone. I
Sep 16, 19 10:39 AM
We are looking at demoing and or selling the wood on our barn. The parcel # 19-001-00-00-056-001 The Bank Barn (Typical) was build in 1901 and is located
Sep 13, 19 08:03 AM
Looking for a company in Central Indiana to take down a 60x30 barn and then reassemble on my property. It would be a 5mile move. Let me know if you
Sep 13, 19 07:59 AM
I'm looking to sell my century barn outside of Salem, Ohio. As you will see the previous owner neglected the barn and a recent windstorm brought in part
Sep 12, 19 02:02 PM
This home is owned by the First United Methodist Church of Madisonville. It was used as a rental home for several years as it came with the purchase of
Sep 09, 19 07:37 AM
This is an 18 X 22 ft. log barn with attached porches on two sides and plank sheds on the other two sides. Total dimensions are 45 X 49 feet. Logs are
Sep 04, 19 09:58 AM
I am selling a 32'x72'x14'(eave height) tobacco barn which was built in 1970-72. Barn was built using rough sawn, true dimensional timbers, species which
Sep 04, 19 07:55 AM
I have a Barn for sale. We are having a tough time financially and need the extra money. We used it for kennels for our dogs. We need it gone. I’m asking
Sep 04, 19 07:52 AM
I think the barn was built in early 1900 based on a picture of the, then new, original farmhouse the neighbors had of their great aunt’s, who is in the
Sep 03, 19 08:44 AM
This great old barn is a mid 1900's gambrel style barn. I would like to repurpose the materials to someone who is seriously interested. There are many
Aug 16, 19 09:01 AM
Solid structure, straight with the following wood: 5 main beams 10' x 10' x 36' 12 support beams 8' x 8' x 14'6 1 support beam 8' x 8' x 11' 1 upright
Aug 10, 19 12:37 PM
This late 1800’s barn has very nice weathered wood siding. Sizes of planks vary 6”x 15’10” x 15’. Roof support boards are 8”x 22’ Please call 530-662-1232
Aug 04, 19 08:48 PM
Beautiful Mississippi barn for sale and will need to be relocated. I hate to part with it but lumber is already cut for new barn and this one has to go.
Aug 02, 19 06:55 AM
Barn is already being dismantled, in northern Ohio. Beams are about 50 percent oak/white oak, other 50 percent other species. Lots of big beams. Beams
Jul 26, 19 07:57 AM
This barn is 48' wide and 50' deep, with bents spaced 12' apart. It has massive 10 x 10 hand hewn posts. There's a swing beam on the second bent from