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.
- Genetics Behind Horses' Face and Leg Markings Studied
- Researchers recently studied the genetics of white leg and face markings, and they've learned that these features are the result of complex genetic processes.
- Wednesday's Top Tweets from the 2013 AAEP Convention
- View some of the top tweets from Wednesday at the 2013 American Association of Equine Practitioners' Convention.
- Cowboy Hats and Mustaches
- Dr. Erin Denney-Jones has been taking note of the many different cowboy hats and mustaches in a crowd at AAEP.
- Wheelon, Three Others Plead Not Guilty to Charges
- Tennessee Walking Horse trainer Larry Wheelon and three others have pleaded not guilty to animal cruelty charges for allegedly soring horses in Blount County, Tenn.
- Equine Sense of Smell
- While we are vision-oriented, like most predators, horses rely far more on chemical messages in the air than on their relatively indistinct and largely monocular eyesight.
- Werner Receives AAEP Distinguished Service Award
- The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) recognized a past president who has guided the association in issues of welfare and ethics when presenting its 2013 Distinguished Service Award to Harry M. Werner, VMD.
- Franklin Named Distinguished AAEP Life Member
- The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) presented Benjamin Franklin Jr., DVM, with the Distinguished Life Member Award for his leadership and extensive involvement within the association during his 45 years of membership.
- AAEP Presents Distinguished Educator Awards at Convention
- Dr. Frank Nickels received the Distinguished Educator (Academic) Award, while Dr. Barrie Grant received the Distinguished Educator (Mentor) Award.
- Buck Brannaman's Place of Calm
- Here are highlights from Buck Brannaman's standing-room-only keynote lecture at the 2013 American Association of Equine Practitioners Convention.
- Immediate Effects of Shoeing on Horses' Movement
- Do you think your horse moves a bit unevenly after a trim? You might be right. Researchers recently showed that while routine farriery care had little influence overall on horses' movement, horses do show some movement asymmetry after being trimmed.
- Tuesday's Top Tweets from the 2013 AAEP Convention
- View some of the top tweets and take-homes from Tuesday at the 2013 American Association of Equine Practitioners' Convention.
- Poll Recap: Beet Pulp Buffet
- Of 1,286 voters, 841 (65%) indicated they feed beet pulp to their horses.
- 2014 AAEP President, Vice President Installed
- Dr. Jeff Blea takes the reins as president while Dr. Kathy Anderson takes over as vice president.
- New AAEP Board of Directors Members for 2014 Installed
- Mark Baus, DVM, owner of Grand Prix Equine in Bridgewater, Conn., and Stuart Brown II, DVM, a partner in Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, Ky., have joined the AAEP board of directors\.
- Time to Ride
- Time to Ride is an organization geared to connecting non-horse-owning families with horses.
- Pasture Breeding: Nature at Work
- Pasture breeding mares is something of a dying art in the equine industry. Yet this technique can bring with it benefits for breeders large and small.
- Welfare Charity Teams with Polo Team for Rowing Challenge
- The direct beneficiaries will be horses, donkeys, mules, and their owners in developing countries through The Brooke.
- Veterinarian-Farrier Team Key to Managing Laminitic Horses
- Managing a horse with chronic laminitis is hardly a one-man job. Both veterinarian and farrier expertise is required to rehabilitate and maintain these horses' feet for the best possible outcome.
- Monday's Top Tweets from the 2013 AAEP Convention
- View some of the top tweets from Monday at the 2013 American Association of Equine Practitioners' Convention.
- Boehringer Ingelheim Announces Research Award Recipients
- Each researcher will receive a grant of $15,000 to study the diagnosis, pathogenesis, transmission, control, and/or prevention of equine infectious diseases during 2014.
- Nelson Receives AAEP Foundation Past Presidents' Fellow
- Nelson is researching early arthritis detection of osteoarthritis, a progressive disease that incurs significant costs and morbidity to the horse industry.
- Researchers Receive 2013 EQUUS Foundation Research Fellows
- Each received a $5,000 fellow to support their endeavors in equine research and a $500 stipend to support their travel to Nashville.
- An Unwanted Impact
- A look at how and where impaction colic happens and what measures might reduce a horse's risk.
- Feeding Young Horses Alfalfa
- I recently started feeding my ulcer-prone performance horse a small portion of alfalfa hay for gut health. I often turn my growing 3-year-old out with him. Is it okay for my youngster to get alfalfa as well?
- Nutritional Management of Insulin Resistance in Horses
- Diet plays a very important role in managing insulin-resistant horses. Learn how you can use nutritional planning to manage this condition.