Maine Horse Barn Builders

Maine Indoor Riding Arena

Peoples Building Company is the horse barn builder that can make your vision come to reality in Maine. Whether you are looking for an indoor riding arena, a custom horse barn, a run in shed, or a machinery storage building, we are the builders for you.

Peoples, function means everything: correct construction, smart engineering, and quality of materials and design; are all components necessary for a safe and functional equine facility for you and your horses in Maine.

To the right is a list of facilities and services offered by Peoples Building. If you have a prospective project and it is not listed, please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss how we can help you complete it.

 

Also, please view our Gallery for photos of past projects and floor plans of barns and facilities

 

 





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The Horse is concerned with all aspects of equine health, and it is written for hands-on horse owners, trainers, riders, breeders, and barn managers who want to know more about taking the best care of his or her horses. Extensive information on topics of concern are supplemented by timely features on horse health and news from researchers, veterinarians in the field and other equine professionals.

Genomics' Contribution to EVA Research and Beyond
In the past two decades the field of equine genomics has exploded, leading to the discovery of genetic variants for coat colors, gene mutations responsible for a variety of health conditions (such as equine viral arteritis, EVA), and more.
Equine Life Stages: Stallions and Mares
Stallions and broodmares require special care and nutrition. Learn how to keep breeding horses healthy during our live event.
BLM to Modify Rock Springs Wild Horse Holding Facility
Changes will include adding hay storage shelters, constructing a roof over the trimming chute area; installing wind screens, placing protective shelters in the sick pens, replacing worn or damaged corral panels, and more.
AFA Announces Schedule for 2015 Annual Convention
Speakers for the American Farrier’s Association (AFA) conference include some top farriers and several noted veterinarians.
2015 UK Equine Showcase, Breeders' Short Course Scheduled
The programs are open to vets, owners, and managers or anyone interested in equine reproduction and management.
Myths About Hay Selection
Can you feed hay that's been rained on? Is second-cutting always best? Here we debunk common myths about choosing hay.
How Can I Keep My Senior Comfortable During a Farrier Visit?
Learn ways you and your farrier can make an arthritic senior horse more comfortable during a trim. This podcast is from the Equine Life Stages: Senior Horses Q&A audio event, sponsored by Merck Animal Health.
TVMDL Drug Testing Lab receives Certification
The laboratory recently earned ISO 17025 accreditation from the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation Competition Animal Drug Testing Laboratory Accreditation Program.
What Can I Do to Help My Horse with a History of Choke?
Dr. Bryant Craig shares ways to prevent choke in horses. He also shares the signs of choke and what to do during an episode. This podcast is from the Equine Life Stages: Senior Horses Q&A audio event, sponsored by Merck Animal Health.
Do Horses Need Man-Made Shelters?
When given the option, horses often use behavioral thermoregulation to protect themselves from inclement weather.
What Deworming Program is Right for Seniors?
A listener wants to know if strategic deworming is okay for older horses with health issues. Dr. Bryant Craig responds.
New Research Published to Help Working Equids' Welfare
The research addresses clinical problems such as lameness, husbandry, tack-related wounds, gastric ulceration, parasite infestation, and the risks associated with the meat and milk of the working equid in the human diet.
How to Fit a Horse Blanket
Tips for checking fit on your horse's blanket from Karmen Mills of Around the Bend Farm in Newcastle, Calif.
Gluck Center Interim Leadership Positions Announced
David Horohov, PhD, will serve as interim director for the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center and Jenny Evans as interim executive director of the Gluck Equine Research Foundation.
Wild Horse Advocates Seek Lawsuit Dismissal
A group of wild horse advocates is seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit asking the Bureau of Land Management to remove excess horses from public and private land in Utah.
Tips for Preparing Your Older Horse for Winter
With the cold weather almost upon us, we must take into account several important considerations for preparing and maintaining older horses throughout winter.
Do Senior Horses Really Need to be Vaccinated?
Learn new information about vaccinating senior horses and protecting them from disease. This podcast is from the Equine Life Stages: Senior Horses Q&A audio event, sponsored by Merck Animal Health.
Weed of the Month: Curly Dock
Curly dock grows well in alfalfa, disturbed sites, cultivated fields, ditches, and especially in compacted, overgrazed pastures.
Fall Renovation of Horse Pastures
Fall is the ideal time to renovate a pasture. Get yours ready before the first hard frost using these tips.
Racing's Slow Regulatory Process
One trainer didn't received sanctions for a June 2013 drug violation until October. A Blood-Horse writer takes a look.
New Bolton Center to Host Equine Sports Medicine Lecture
Drs. Elizabeth Davidson and Liz Arbittier will offer a joint lecture on sports medicine, including lameness evaluations.
Heart of the Matter
Take a look at the remarkable equine heart and what can go wrong with it.
Washington Names Baker New State Veterinarian
Dr. Joe Baker received his DVM from Washington State University and completed an equine reproduction residency at the University of California, Davis.
What Should I Expect After a Uveitis Diagnosis?
Dr. Bryant Craig addresses a senior Appaloosa owner's concerns about this eye disease, also called moon blindness. This podcast is from the Equine Life Stages: Senior Horses Q&A audio event, sponsored by Merck Animal Health.
Not All Winter Coats are Created Equal
Some senior horses grow a thick and insulating winter coat, while others produce significantly less hair. Where does your golden oldie fall?