1. 3 Tips For Designing The Perfect Metal Horse Barn

    The addition of a new barn on your property can be quite the process. Whether you’re upgrading that old, worn down wooden barn that has witnessed generations of hard work or you’re installing one for the first time, it can be a challenge to determine where to start. Luckily for you, we at Wholes…Read More

  2. Keeping Your Metal Barn Cool This Summer

    With summer quickly approaching, temperatures are getting up there, and the rays of the sun are intensifying. While the warm weather might be something you’ve been looking forward to, it’s not exactly ideal for metal buildings that soak up that heat and intensify it. If you’ve recently purchas…Read More

  3. 5 Barn-Placement Tips for Horse Owners

    Imagine your perfect property. You have your ranch-style home, a field of horses, and a barn off-set from the house about 50 yards. Out past the field, you watch the sunset each and every day. It’s your kind of perfection. You have the home, the horses, and the sunset, but you don’t have a barn …Read More

  4. 9 Tips for Adding Horse Stalls to Your Barn

    Whether you plan on building a new horse barn in Georgia, or you’re going to add to an existing one, horse stalls are a great investment so that your furry four-legged friends have their own space to sleep at night. As you dream about the type of stalls you want, Wholesale Direct Carports wants to…Read More

  5. Upgrade Your Ranch with a Metal Barn: Part Two

    In part one of this two-part series on upgrading your ranch with a metal barn, we discussed some of the benefits of choosing a steel building over a wooden one to house your livestock and farm equipment. Here, we will finish the discussion with a few more benefits of metal buildings. Minimal Mainten…Read More

  6. Upgrade Your Ranch with a Metal Barn: Part One

    If you are a farmer or a ranch hand, you are already well aware of the maintenance and upkeep that your farm or ranch requires. You are up before the sun and go to bed with it, working hard in between. Over the last centuries, advances in technology have led to some major advances in farm equipment …Read More

  7. The Evolution of Horse Barns

    It is unclear when horses became domesticated animals, who had their own homes, the horse stable or barn. Dating back to the nomadic era, horses were essential to the lives of humans, but even the nomads did not have permanent human homes, so we cannot safely assume that the presence of a horse barn…Read More