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Peoples Building Company is the horse barn builder that can make your vision come to reality in Ohio. 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 Ohio.

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

News

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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.

Spanish Riding School Debuts Arena with Mobile Roof
The Summer Riding Arena's mobile roof construction enables riders to train their stallions in the fresh air year-round.
100 Day Challenge 'Best Practices' Contest Winners Announced
The top three winning hosts were selected based on written entries describing their outreach to newcomers this summer.
A Rich Trifecta
Meet the equine orthopedic surgeon, reproductive specialist, and endoscope pioneer recently honored by the Thoroughbred Club of America.
Shopping for Horse Farm Property
Consider these pointers for selecting horse-friendly land, facilities, and communities.
Research Produces Cobalt Test Recommendation
Research into cobalt funded by the United States Trotting Association has resulted in a recommended testing threshold of 70 parts per billion, the organization said Sept. 30.
Is the Hoof Smart? Adaptability of the Equine Foot
Dr. Debra Taylor of Auburn University describes the visual exam of a healthy hoof and how horses' feet can change in response to external factors. Learn about palmar angle, heel pain, and more, plus see 3-D modeling of healthy and unhealthy hooves.
Poll Recap: How Much is a 'Rescue' Horse Worth?
In a recent poll, 80% of respondents said referring to a horse as a ‘rescue’ does not make him more or less valuable than a nonrescue horse.
Oregon Horse Drowns on Beach
The horse reportedly fell on a beach near Bullards Beach State Park and was unable to rise before being washed into the ocean, where the animal drowned.
Virginia Reports First Equine WNV Case of 2014
An unvaccinated 8-year-old Paint gelding from Augusta County tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV).
Long-Term Vision Possible After Equine Cataract Surgery
Recent study results suggest that more than 25% of horses that undergo a certain type of cataract surgery are still visual two years later.
My Horse Keeps Eating his Himalayan Salt Block: Is he Okay?
An equine nutritionist explains how to ensure your horse gets an appropriate amount of salt.
Fear in Horses
Learn about what horses experience when they feel afraid and how to manage their fear reactions.
Participants Sought for Ontario Horse Industry Survey
Equine Guelph and the University of Guelph are conducting a study on the awareness of current research among members of the horse industry in Ontario, Canada.
Is It Okay to Feed My Horse Whole Oats with his Supplements?
Find out from an equine nutritionist if oats are a good choice for making supplements more palatable for your horse.
When in Doubt, Turn Out
Full-time turnout is one of the best ways to develop a young horse's musculoskeletal system.
Dr. Larry Bramlage: America Must Give Up Furosemide
Dr. Larry Bramlage said he believes furosemide benefits racing horses, but shared why he thinks America will eliminate it's race-day use.
Owner Charged in Utah Horse Deaths
A Utah owner has been charged in the deaths of 10 horses found without access to water in July.
What Causes Equine Grass Sickness?
While grass sickness' exact cause remains unknown, researchers are getting closer to determining what's behind this dangerous disease.
Australian Vets: Have Horses Vaccinated against Hendra
The Australian Veterinary Association debunks some misconceptions about the safety of the hendra virus vaccine.
Embedding Equitation Science into Vets' Teaching, Practice
One university integrated equitation science into the undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum, resulting in improved learning opportunities for veterinary students.
How Many Horses Makes a Hoarder?
One rescuer says hoarding has less to do with numerous animals than with abuse. So is it time to redefine a horse hoarder?
Pennsylvania Approves Harness Racing Whip Standards
Drivers must now use two hands on the reins at all times, which restricts motion of the whip to a flick of the wrist and forearm.
UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Ashish Tiwari
Influenza virus is one of the important pathogens of animals and humans. Viruses have always intrigued Ashish Tiwari and inspired him to pursue a career researching influenza virus.
Weed of the Month: Horsenettle
Horsenettle is distributed widely across most of the United States, especially in the eastern half and the western coastal states.
Castration: The When and How
Science trumps tradition when it comes to gelding male horses.