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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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.
- Equine Welfare: Lessons Learned
- Dr. Tom Lenz shares information about the unwanted horse problem and changing perceptions about equine welfare.
- Ohio Begins Examining Racehorse Medication Rules
- In February officials will begin hearing from various industry organizations involved in an effort to have all racing jurisdictions adopt uniform drug policies.
- Studying Emerging Diseases in the Equine Industry
- Dr. Scott Weese studies the effects and changes in microbial populations in the horses' digestive tracts, sources and carriers of infections, and methods to control transmission of pathogens.
- Horse Herd Removed From Texas Riding Stable
- Nearly 30 horses are receiving rehabilitative care after bring removed from a riding stable near Galveston, Texas.
- Final Vesicular Stomatitis Quarantines Released in Colorado
- In all, there were 556 livestock investigations in the state resulting in 370 quarantines.
- Superficial Digital Flexor Tendon Rupture in Older Horses
- Older horses can be at risk of sustaining an uncommon injury: acute rupture of the proximal (upper) superficial digital flexor tendon, where the cannon bone meets the carpus (knee).
- 10 Conditioning Resources on TheHorse.com
- Confused about conditioning? Here are 10 resources available to you for free on TheHorse.com.
- Why Does a Horse Cock a Hind Leg?
- A veterinarian and horse behavior expert shares how to distinguish between normal hind-leg resting behavior and lameness.
- Why Is It Important to Protect Waterways from Horses?
- Horses for Clean Water's Alayne Blickle shares reasons to protect streams from livestock and how to do it.
- New York Authorities Probe Horse Shootings
- Two horses were shot by hunters; one horse died in the incident while the other is receiving veterinary treatment.
- Coyotes Blamed for Michigan Horse's Death
- Five or six coyotes attacked the 27-year-old mare, who was subsequently euthanized as a result of her injuries.
- Drugs and Your Horse: The Dangers of Medicating
- Conscientious owners would never intentionally put their horse at risk; however, improper use of some commonly administered equine drugs can impact our horses' health and safety more than we typically think.
- Measuring Horses' Skin Temperature Changes Underwater
- Infrared thermography (IRT) appears to be a viable alternative for measuring a horse's skin temperature during water treadmill exercise.
- Australian Vets Support New Racing Rule on Cobalt
- The Australian Racing Board has set a threshold of 200 micrograms for cobalt.
- Preparing Horse Farms for Winter Weather Disasters
- The start of a new year is a good time to review farm emergency plans, as preparation will help keep family, employees, and horses safe in the event of a weather disaster. Particularly, ensure your farm is ready for a winter weather event.
- Avoiding the Nuclear Option
- The Blood-Horse's editor-in-chief shares his thoughts on PETA's allegations of racehorse mistreatment.
- Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy
- Extracorporeal shock wave therapy is a noninvasive modality used to stimulate healing, particularly in ligament, tendon, or bony structures in horses and other species. ESWT has been proven to speed healing and improve the quality of healing.
- BLM Gathering Horses in Humboldt Herd Area
- The BLM will gather and remove approximately 200 wild horses from the range.
- Subjective vs. Objective Lameness Identification Methods
- Researchers determined that subjective clinical evaluation allows practitioners to detect mild lameness as well or better than objective methods.
- Equine Veterinarian, Author Ball Dies
- Michael A. Ball, DVM, an equine veterinarian who penned numerous horse health articles and books for The Horse, died Dec. 20, 2014.
- Don't Forget to Vaccinate and Deworm Old Horses
- Just because a horse is old doesn't mean he doesn't need to be vaccinated or dewormed. How often are your aging horses vaccinated and dewormed?
- Poll Recap: Eliminating Harmful Ammonia
- Of the 915 respondents, 233 (25%) said they remove wet spots and use shavings or another bedding product to eliminate ammonia and odors in stalls and barns.
- Conditioning Horses for Peak Performance
- Do you have the winter blues? Spring is on the way—we promise! Now is a great time to start planning your horse's fitness program. Whether you're headed to horse shows or trail rides, join us to learn how to get your horse riding ready.
- Arizona Pair Accused of Horse Theft
- Two Arizona women are facing felony theft charges after they were arrested for allegedly stealing a Mohave County horse.
- Racehorse Health, Welfare Covered at New York Meeting
- Officials also said they'd completed their investigation into horse mistreatment allegations surrounding Thoroughbred trainer Steve Asmussen.