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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- UT Veterinary College Offers Conference for Horse Owners
- Presentation topics will include chronic colic, airway disease, equine hoof myths, color genetics, pregnant mare care, first aid, proper nutrition, geriatric equines, and advances in equine rehabilitation.
- Obama Budget Could Halt Horse Plant Inspections Through 2015
- Funding for USDA horse processing plant inspections would be eliminated through 2015 under a request contained in the $3.9 trillion budget proposal revealed this week by President Barack Obama.
- Standing Colic Surgery? In Some Cases It's Possible
- While traditional surgeries are still suitable for the vast majority of colic cases, recent research showed that standing operations for colic can be beneficial when other options have failed.
- Equine Massage Therapists Sue Arizona Vet Board
- Three nonveterinarian equine massage therapists in Arizona are suing that state's veterinary medical examining board on grounds that the board is violating their right to earn a living.
- Teach Your Horse to Stand While Mounting
- Michelle Quirico, of MQ Training in Napa, Calif., shares tips for teaching your horse to stand still as you mount to ride.
- Horses Afraid of Other Species
- We were told that it's dangerous to have pigs with horses. Have you ever heard of this?
- Stephanie reflects on the striking contrast between the equine landscape in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and that of Lexington, Ky.
- New Veterinary Representatives Join AAEP On Call Team
- The On Call program is an innovative media-assistance program that provides timely health-care information about equine athletes during nationally televised events.
- Deadline for Parasite Research Crowdfunding Approaching
- The deadline for contributing to the first research crowdfunding project at the University of Kentucky is March 10.
- Diagnosing Lower Limb Lameness in Sport Horses
- The lower limb is the most common site of lameness in English-discipline equine athletes, one veterinarian says, so sport horse practitioners must be well-versed in how to diagnose injuries in this region.
- Pasture Management for Parasite Control
- With parasites' growing resistance to anthelmintic drugs, owners must focus their control efforts on another area: pasture management.
- Scientists Hope Retuertas Horses will Return to the Wild
- Scientists' goals are to boost population numbers and to see the Retuertas living as wild horses, without human intervention or management.
- MU Receives $2.5 Million for Vet Medicine Scholarships
- The gift will create an endowment to support scholarships for veterinary students and will encourage volunteer work among its recipients.
- Horses Removed From Georgia Property
- A Georgia man is facing multiple animal cruelty charges after 16 allegedly malnourished horses were removed from and the remains of several other horses were found on his Peach County property.
- Anesthetizing Horses in the Field for an Hour or More
- The longer a horse is under anesthesia, the greater the risk. Learn how veterinarians safely anesthetize horses in the field for 60 minutes or longer.
- What Does a 2- or 3-Year-Old Horse Need to Know?
- When working with young horses, what types of lessons should be included?
- Cooling Your Horse Out on Cold Days
- Assisting your horse with his post-exercise cooling process can impact how well and how quickly he recovers. This stands true no matter the season. But cold weather cooling requires also guarding against a chilled horse.
- Individual 2014 WEG Tickets Now On Sale
- The majority of the newly released tickets are for single sessions the FEI Olympic disciplines of jumping, dressage, and eventing.
- Poll Recap: Mind Your Manners
- Of the 896 voters, 641 (72%) said their horses are well-behaved, always stand still, lift their feet when asked, and do not lean or kick.
- Injection Objection: Adverse Vaccine Reactions
- Understanding how to minimize adverse reactions and having a plan in mind in case of an adverse reaction can help your horse stay comfortable following vaccination.
- Thoroughbred Dies in Indianapolis Barn Blaze
- A 2-year-old Thoroughbred is dead after fire swept through the Indianapolis, Ind., barn in which it was residing.
- Switching Horse Feeds Safely
- Switch your horse's feed type or amount gradually to minimize his risk of digestive upset.Plan any nutrient-dense dietary changes carefully to avoid health problems such as colic or laminitis, and to allow for maximum nutrient digestion.
- Spring Checkups for Seniors
- Dorado just had his spring checkup. Do your senior horses have regular wellness exams?
- Abnormal Regurgitation
- What might cause my mare to regurgitate her grain?
- 10 Severe Weather Preparation Resources on TheHorse.com
- It's National Severe Weather Preparedness Week. We've compiled 10 severe weather resources you can use to prepare your horses and farm for disasters before they even occur.