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Agriculture Buildings offer the most economical solutions for your farm building needs. Metal barns are ideal for equipment repair. Crop or  farm workshop applications. The quick prefabricated design means they can be put into use quickly. Livestock Buildings. Agricultural Buildings and Storage. Farm Equipment Metal Buildings. Hay Barns, Livestock Barns.  Machine Sheds. Protect your investments, equipment or livestock.

  • Farm buildings
  • Commercial buildings
  • Horse riding arenas
  • Truck garages
  • Mini-storage buildings

100% Open Space

  • Garages
  • Storage buildings
  • Churches
  • Industrial buildings
  • Recreational buildings

Steel/Metal barns can span as wide as 150’ and unlimited lengths without posts. So there is 100% useable space when moving large equipment.  No posts means rodents. Pests and birds have no where to nest above your work area which helps keep your shop floor free of droppings and protects your crops from contamination. Hay storage is also maximized as round bales can be pyramid stacked.

steel building and silos

Steel Warranty

Choose a steel building that comes with a minimum  30-year warranty against rust. Galvalume® steel is the number one choice  for a lifetime of maintenance free use. Never needs painting.

Galvalume is a coating on the steel substrate that is applied at the steel mill. This coating is a mixture of some of the most durable metals including Aluminum (55%), Zinc (43%), and Silicon (2%). The advantage of Galvalume is the aluminum’s ability to create a highly corrosion-resistant oxide film combined with the sacrificial action of zinc. The end result is a coating which provides excellent corrosion resistance on the sheet (steel panel) while still providing cutting edge corrosion protection. 

Simple and Easy Construction.

In addition to extreme fire resistance. This means no downtime due to facility repair and insurance cost is less. And adds to your bottom line. Overtime buildings save you money.

Steel…is it the only way to Build?

  • Strong and Lightweight –  Stronger than wood,  No maintenance, easy to assemble and economical.
  • Durable – Engineered to better withstand hurricanes and earthquakes.
  • Non-combustible – Fire resistant material.
  • Versatility –  Custom formed  to create high walls and large open spaces while maintaining its rigidity.
  • Sustainable Building Material – meets criteria for “GREEN” building LEED requirements.
  • Agriculture Buildings
  • Workshops
  • Warehouses
  • Pole barn kits
  • Aircraft hangars
  • Manufacturing facilities
  • Agriculture Buildings are the Number One Go To Building
  • Farm & Ranch Buildings

Be Educated! Do your Research.

You must be a smart buyer. This means that as a buyer you must not focus on the prices alone, but you should also consider other important aspects such as the style, structure and capabilities of the

Agricultural Buildings . Save You Money!

The value of a quality farm or agriculture building is really in its ability to protect the equipment stored . You need to research that every building component is tested to provide superior overall building strength and through all conditions. 

Don’t make a BIG Mistake!

Buying a building is  one of the largest investments you’ll make Your lively hood depends on it! uf

Agriculture Buildings and Machine Sheds.

Livestock. Machine Sheds. Equipment Buildings. Agriculture Buildings. What ever the name you use for your building. It is vital that you do your planning!

In a non farm related setting, Agricultural Buildings work great for other types of projects. Don’t let the name throw you off when you’re doing your shopping.

Farm Building.  Any structure used in farming operations, or can  include buildings to house workers, as well as livestock, machinery, and crops. Hay , Beans, Feed, just to name a few .

The farm, commercial agricultural operation, throughout history  is the farm. Farming systems will vary widely, the most important variations in the nature and arrangements of the farm  . The buildings on a farm generally consist of the family farm  house, the homes of any  hired workers, and the various structures and facilities for farming operations. Most  farmhouses and service buildings can be classified as : livestock barns and shelters; machinery- and supply-storage buildings; buildings and facilities for crop storage,  and special-purpose structures.

 

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