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 16' wide center aisle and two 12' wide lean to's. In this configuration you have many options available to you. The most obvious would be to use the 10x12 areas between posts in the lean's for large size horse stalls. Then you will end up with a total of 10 10x12 stalls, five on each side of the center aisle.
With a full loft you can enjoy a total of 800 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.
Below is are sample low resolution pictures of the plans. You will get a high resolution pdf file with your purchase.
Feb 15, 18 02:37 PM
Looking at the pictures on your website it seems most of the new barns are using board & batten siding. Looking at the old barns it looks like just vertical
Feb 15, 18 02:30 PM
I can't find 6x6 full dimension lumber here? Are post anchor brackets available in 5.5'' (finished 6x6)? If so, what is the price? Thanks, Mark
Feb 15, 18 02:18 PM
We have a 100 year old barn on our property that we would like to renovate for our daughters wedding. In total it is a 70' x 75' barn structure. The
Feb 12, 18 02:43 PM
We are looking for someone to disassemble and take-away our circa mid 1800's Dutch Barn located 5 miles outside of historic Cooperstown, NY. SIZE This
Feb 09, 18 10:06 AM
We have an antique barn in Earl Park, IN 47942 that needs to be removed. Size is approximately 38x56. The barn is in very nice condition and has a lot
Feb 08, 18 10:16 AM
We have a Civil War Era (mid-1800's) log barn, with hand hewn log beams, that needs to be removed from farm land in Danville, Indiana 46122. Main barn
Feb 08, 18 10:08 AM
We have an old barn in Haviland, Ohio 45851 that needs to be removed (about 45 minutes from Ft Wayne, Indiana). We are seeking a barn salvage crew who
Feb 02, 18 09:31 AM
I am interested in a 44x72 Horse barn style like your 40x50. I want to add 10 ft covered lean to's on either side making it a 64x72. All open inside
Feb 02, 18 08:41 AM
I have a 28'x60' barn with original portion built in the late 1700's and an addition to the south from the early 1800s. We own a historic home that belonged
Jan 30, 18 06:55 PM
Approx. 1940 2-story bank barn. The cross beams or floor joists are made of beech wood and are 5x5x14. The floor is double layer and is tongue and groove.
Jan 30, 18 08:50 AM
1.5 story 1850's log house originally from Elora Ontario. The structure's dimensions are 33' x 26', giving you approx 1700 sq ft. Floor system (beams
Jan 29, 18 11:12 AM
I'm sorry if this has been covered on your site. I've just started researching old beams. We have an around 4'x4' x about 12' or 14'. Yes, those are are
Jan 29, 18 09:59 AM
Older part is 30x50. Mix of handhewn beams and saw cut. Newer add on is 30x40, saw cut beams. Both barns are in good standing shape except for one lower
Jan 13, 18 08:21 PM
The barn is 80x34 and it was built in 1946. It is roofed with shingles, there are a few holes in the roof. The siding was painted red, but it's pretty
Dec 14, 17 08:10 AM
32 by 36 hewn oak ground barn in good condition. 7 by 7 timber size though out the frame. Documented, tagged and will be dismantled soon. Complete barn