Maine Horse Barn Builders
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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- One Dreamer Stakes to Benefit Equine Research
- Glen Hill Farm's sponsorship of the stakes race will benefit the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation.
- Colorado VS: Number of Quarantined Premises Dropping
- As of Aug. 26, 65 locations in 15 counties are under quarantine for vesicular stomatitis (VS).
- Dewormer's Effect on Scratches
- Find out what kinds of skin parasites can cause scratches and how these pests respond to ivermectin treatment.
- Weed of the Month: Creeping Charlie
- Creeping Charlie, or ground ivy, is toxic, but generally horses must consume large quantities for a reaction to occur.
- 2015 Walking Horse Celebration Begins Amid Accusations
- The HSUS alleged that trainers and grooms at ThorSport Farm sored horses, but the farm owner disputed the claims.
- Tips for Maintaining Aged Horses' Health
- The senior horse population is, and has been, on the rise. But with increasing age comes the potential for health problems. So what are the best ways to ensure senior horses stay healthy all through their golden years?
- Young Equine Enthusiast Raises Money for UHC
- The Unwanted Horse Coalition (UHC) has received a generous donation of $102 from 11-year-old supporter Sophia Hatto.
- Kentucky Reports Second Equine WNV Case of 2015
- The unvaccinated 7-year-old Fayette County mare is alive and responding favorably to treatment.
- Keep Pastures Healthy With Rotational Grazing
- Rotational grazing is utilized to increase pasture productivity and prevent overgrazing and soil compaction.
- An Old Horse Starts Cribbing
- One morning, while braiding my 17-year-old Thoroughbred, he started trying to crib. In the 14 years I have had him, I have never seen him crib. Why would he start now?
- Does Cribbing Help Horses Cope With Stress During Training?
- Cribbers allowed to crib during training had reduced stress levels than when they’re not allowed to, researchers found.
- Veterinary Epidemiology Society Recognizes UKVDL Scientist
- The American Veterinary Epidemiology Society awarded an honorary diploma to UKVDL scientist Jacqueline Smith, MSc, PhD.
- Survey: Limbs, Not Feet, Main Cause of Lameness
- A British survey revealed that lameness is three times more likely to be caused by limb conditions than hoof problems.
- Weed Management Plans for Horse Pastures
- An effective weed management plan should consider the purpose of the pasture, weed species and abundance, which weeds should be controlled and how, and sources of information.
- Seasonal Manure Changes
- A veterinarians answers a reader's question on why some horses have seasonal runny manure.
- BLM is Still Seeking Information on Wild Horse Shooting
- A 14-year old palomino stallion was shot and killed with a small caliber gun in July.
- BLM to Conduct Emergency Gather of Idaho Wild Horses
- The emergency gather aims to maintain herd health and protect rangelands that have been impacted by the Soda Fire.
- Equine Surface Experts Reach Footing Consensus
- The experts agree that research results will likely evolve into standards that can support manufacturers and organizers and protect horses and riders.
- Yes, Your Horse is Neurologic (Or No, He Isn't)
- Equine veterinarians confirm motion capture could be useful for objective measurements of ataxia, or incoordination.
- Reining Sire Gallo Del Cielo Dies
- Famed sire Gallo Del Cielo, better known as "Rooster," died Aug. 20 at the age of 26 following an accident.
- Zayat Stables to Donate Some of American Pharoah's Earnings
- Zayat Stables will donate a percentage of the Triple Crown winner's purse earnings for the remainder of his racing career to New Vocations.
- MacNamara Joins Bolton Center Equine Field Service Team
- Dr. Brian MacNamara has special interests in lameness and the causes of poor performance in the equine athlete.
- Poll Recap: Natural Disaster Planning
- The majority of respondents (66%) said they've thought about disaster planning and have a general idea of how they would respond.
- Study to Evaluate Cobalt as Equine Performance Enhancer
- The USTA-funded study will evaluate whether cobalt can improve performance and if it is detrimental to horses' health.
- Input Sought on Horse Weaning Survey
- Researchers in the United Kingdom are seeking input on a survey for a study on weaning methods.