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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- Geor to head Massey University College of Sciences
- Raymond Geor, BVSc, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, will take his new post at Massey University in March 2015.
- What Kind of Grain and How Much Should I Feed My Horse?
- Dr. Clair Thunes defines the differences between grains, concentrates, and complete feeds for horses and explains how much a horse needs.
- West Nile Virus Reported In Three Utah Horses
- Utah animal health officials have announced that tests have confirmed three cases of West Nile virus (WNV) in horses in Box Elder, Uintah, and Iron counties.
- Situational Queen Bee
- Find out why a mare might be guarding her caretakers during feeding.
- EEE Confirmed in Three Michigan Horses
- Michigan animal health officials have confirmed three equine cases of Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE): one in a horse from Oakland County and two in horses from Lenawee County.
- Is Low-Dose Omeprazole Effective for Treating Ulcers?
- Researchers have learned that a much lower dose of omeprazole could be just as effective in treating some gastric ulcers as the standard dose.
- University of Maryland Extension to Host Nutrition Clinic
- The University of Maryland Equine Extension will host an introduction to equine nutrition clinic on Nov. 1 at the university in College Park.
- Consensus on Equitation Science Research
- The aim of equitation science is the scientific measurement, evaluation and interpretation of human-horse interactions that provide evidence that can improve the training, performance, and welfare of the ridden horse.
- Field Study for Equine Melanoma Vaccine Announced
- Researchers will be conducting a field study evaluating a vaccine designed to treat equine melanoma.
- Horse Thief Charged in Texas
- An Oklahoma man wanted in connection with the theft of four Texas horses has turned himself in to authorities.
- Survey Gives Snapshot of British Veterinary Professions
- The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons has published its surveys of the veterinary and veterinary nursing professions for 2014.
- Fall Feeding Tips for Horses
- As temperatures drop, horse owners should begin to make changes in their horses' feeding program in preparation for winter. But what alterations are needed? Here are some tips for adjusting a nutrition program for the colder weather.
- Drug Testing in Equine Prepurchase Evaluations
- Drug screening can offer additional information pertaining to the horse's ability to fit the buyer's needs.
- Virginia Reports First Equine EEE Case of 2014
- The horse, a 2-year-old Arabian male from Suffolk, had been vaccinated for Eastern equine encephalitis and West Nile virus more than a year ago but was not revaccinated this year.
- Study Examines EIPH and Racing Performance
- Researchers recently found no link between the vast majority of horses who suffer from exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage (EIPH) and long-term racing performance.
- RMTC Close to Setting Cobalt Test Threshold
- The Racing Medication and Testing Consortium (RMTC) is expected to agree upon a cobalt testing threshold at its October meeting.
- Horse Nutrition Tweets from the Purina Horse VIP Event
- Select riders, trainers, and other professionals toured the Purina Animal Nutrition Center, watched research demonstrations, and learned about equine nutrition in lectures in the company's semi-annual Professional Horse VIP Meeting, held Sept 15-17.
- Optimizing Dressage Horses' Bodies for Peak Performance
- From feeding and training to shoeing and warm-up protocols, learn how to keep your dressage horse fit to perform.
- Weaning Ways
- Here's how to help your weanling transition to adulthood as smoothly as possible.
- What Should I Do if My Horse Panics at the Electric Fence?
- A veterinarian and horse behavior expert addresses a senior horse's bad experience with an electric fence.
- Keep Your Older Horse Comfortable During a Trim
- Farrier Kirk Adkins of UC Davis demonstrates techniques to help your horse stay balanced and feel better during a trim.
- Reward Offered in California Pony Shooting
- California authorities are hoping the offer of a cash reward will help identify those responsible for shooting a pony in its Sonoma County pasture.
- U.K. to Introduce New Database in Wake of Horsemeat Scandal
- The United Kingdom will establish a new central equine database as part of a more robust and enforceable equine identification system in the wake of last year’s horsemeat scandal.
- Equine VS Cases Still Being Reported in Texas, Colorado
- Animal health officials in Colorado and Texas are still receiving reports of equine vesicular stomatitis (VS) cases.
- Study Compares Abdominal Bandage Pressure, Support
- Researchers sought to determine how much support abdominal bandages provide and how long that support lasts. Here's what they found.