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.
- Firocoxib Study Leads to Equine Canada Rule Change
- Firocoxib is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug used to treat musculoskeletal inflammation and pain in horses.
- Acyline to Suppress Stallions’ Testosterone Levels
- Researchers determined that acyline can reduce stallions' testosterone concentrations to as low as those of geldings.
- University of Tennessee to Host Equine Podiatry Conference
- The pre-conference workshop and conference for veterinarians and farriers will take place May 20 and 21, respectively, in Knoxville.
- TMJ Inflammation's Impact on Chewing in Horses
- Unilateral TMJ inflammation not only affects the way horses chew, but also likely creates a certain level of pain.
- Flies and Bugs: Protect Your Horse
- Mites, lice, flies, and mosquitoes can cause irritation and carry dangerous diseases. Be aware of the external parasite species that are in your area and when they are prevalent so you can control them.
- Assessing the Foal and Placenta After Birth
- A foal's first hours are fragile. Here, Dr. Peter Morresey of Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital, in Lexington, Kentucky, shares the early signs of trouble to look for in both the neonate foal and its placenta. What you learn might save a foal's life.
- Can Stalled Stallions Interact Socially?
- Stallions with access to each other through stall walls interacted frequently with a "surprisingly low" injury rate.
- Veterinarians, Students Serve Working Horses in Honduras
- Take a behind-the-scenes look at how the group provided care to more than 300 working equids during a trip to Southern Honduras.
- Infographic: Staying Sane on Stall Rest
- Long-term confinement is difficult for horses but often necessary for healing from certain injuries and illnesses, such as tendon and ligament strains, bone fractures, and laminitis. Learn how to keep horses happy and healthy while on stall rest.
- Helping the Working Horses of Honduras
- Get a behind-the-scenes look at some of the services performed by veterinarians and veterinary students during an Equitarian Initiative clinic in Honduras.
- Churchill Downs Reaccredited by Safety, Integrity Alliance
- Churchill Downs was the first racetrack to receive accreditation in 2009, the NTRA Safety and Integrity Alliance's inaugural year.
- What Supplements Do Eventing and Dressage Horses Consume?
- Joint health and mobility supplements were the most frequently used in both disciplines, researchers found.
- Understanding Horse Behavior
- Why do horses do the things they do? A behaviorist talks about how horses learn, stereotypies, herd dynamics, and more!
- 10 Horse Behavior Resources on TheHorse.com
- We've scoured our archives and gathered 10 resources you can use to decode your horses' behavior.
- Are TMJ Variations Normal in Horses?
- Researchers found that "an unexpectedly large number of normal horses" had temporomandibular joint (TMJ) variations.
- Summit to Cover Racehorse Nutrition, Biosecurity, and More
- The Welfare and Safety of the Racehorse Summit will also feature talks on racing surfaces, rider safety, equine injuries, nutrition, biosecurity, respiratory health, and more.
- Group or Individual Horse Housing: Which is Less Stressful?
- Horses in the group housing situation had fewer stress indicators than those stalled individually, researchers found.
- Eventer Boyd Martin Named Brooke USA Ambassador
- In this capacity, he will represent the equine welfare charity throughout the country and in his travels abroad.
- What is Scratches and Does Mud Cause It?
- Dr. Ashley Embly of Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital describes scratches and offers tips for managing the skin condition.
- Geldings that 'Drop' During Training
- Could a relaxed mental state caused by positive reinforcement training also be associated with penile relaxation?
- New Mexico Enhancing Out-of-Competition Drug Testing Program
- The New Mexico Racing Commission announced it would enhance its out-of-competition drug testing program effective immediately.
- Congressman's Email Draws Ire From Oregon Dressage Riders
- A group of Oregon equestrians are concerned that a letter from a Congressman might erroneously link the illegal practice of soring to dressage.
- Three-Day Eventing Horse Inspections
- Horse inspections are designed to evaluate the horse's "fitness to compete" in the competition ahead; they're not designed to be as in-depth as the first veterinary examination at an event or as a typical soundness or prepurchase examination.
- Researchers Pinpoint Additional Laminitis Risk Factors
- Overconditioning, grazing during sunlight hours, and frozen footing could potentially trigger laminitic episodes, scientists found.
- Los Angeles Police: Horse Death Appears Accidental
- Investigators believe the horse probably died of strangulation after being improperly loaded into a trailer.