Ohio Horse Barn Builders
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
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- Do Senior Horses Really Need to be Vaccinated?
- Learn new information about vaccinating senior horses and protecting them from disease.
- Weed of the Month: Curly Dock
- Curly dock grows well in alfalfa, disturbed sites, cultivated fields, ditches, and especially in compacted, overgrazed pastures.
- Fall Renovation of Horse Pastures
- Fall is the ideal time to renovate a pasture. Get yours ready before the first hard frost using these tips.
- Commentary: Racing's Slow Regulatory Process
- One trainer didn't received sanctions for a June 2013 drug violation until October. A Blood-Horse writer takes a look.
- New Bolton Center to Host Equine Sports Medicine Lecture
- Drs. Elizabeth Davidson and Liz Arbittier will offer a joint lecture on sports medicine, including lameness evaluations.
- Heart of the Matter
- Take a look at the remarkable equine heart and what can go wrong with it.
- Washington Names Baker New State Veterinarian
- Dr. Joe Baker received his DVM from Washington State University and completed an equine reproduction residency at the University of California, Davis.
- What Should I Expect After a Uveitis Diagnosis?
- Dr. Bryant Craig addresses a senior Appaloosa owner's concerns about the eye disease common called moon blindness.
- Not All Winter Coats are Created Equal
- Some senior horses grow a thick and insulating winter coat, while others produce significantly less hair. Where does your golden oldie fall?
- UK Gluck Center to Host EAV Symposium in November
- This symposium will focus on strategies for controlling equine arteritis virus (EAV) and other infectious agents in stallions, semen, and embryos.
- Poll Recap: Blanketing or Not
- Of the 1,531 respondents, 650 (42%) said they plan on blanketing their horses only during inclement weather.
- Lethal Red Maples
- When are red maple leaves lethal to horses?
- Researchers Examine Fatal Lumbar Vertebral Fractures
- Researchers found pre-existing abnormalities in all horses with lumbar vertebral fractures that underwent a necropsy.
- Kentucky Necropsy Program Disproves 'Bad Step' Myth
- The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission necropsy program is continuing to provide evidence that many racehorses that suffer catastrophic injuries often have pre-existing conditions that lead to breakdowns.
- Owner Participation Sought for Equine Disease Research
- Colorado State University (CSU) researchers are seeking horse owner input for a study aimed at evaluating the economic impact of equine disease outbreaks.
- 5 Tips for Feeding Easy Keepers
- Follow these steps to help your overweight horse subsist on fewer calories.
- Feeding Horses on the Ground vs. Hanging a Slow-Feeding Net?
- Dr. Clair Thunes weighs the benefits of using a slow-feeding hay net against feeding horses on the ground with their head down.
- Walking Horse Advocates Target North Carolina State Fair
- Advocates targeted the North Carolina State Fair to protest the inclusion of Tennessee Walking Horse performance classes in the fair's annual horse show.
- NYRA Supports Proposed Racehorse Medication Rules
- The proposed rules establish threshold limits for 24 therapeutic medications that could be present in a horse on race day, and restrict three corticosteroids to joint injections only.
- Colic: To Refer or Not to Refer
- Does your colicking horse need to go to a clinic? Here's how veterinarians determine the need for referral.
- Rare South Carolina Ponies Relocated
- A trio of wild Marsh ponies in South Carolina has been relocated to a safer location after another pony was killed by a motorist.
- Going to the Barn? Don't Forget Your Helmet
- No matter what the riding discipline, wearing a helmet is one of the best ways to minimize the chance of a brain injury.
- Managing and Preventing Transport-Associated Fever
- Most horses travel without incident, but if one develops a post-transport fever that lasts for more than 12 to 24 hours or is accompanied by other clinical signs, it's important to seek veterinary attention as soon as possible.
- Tennessee Horseman Petitions for Equine Rights
- A horseman has launched an online petition to legally establish equine welfare rights, but one city official believes the petition is intended to promote equestrian use of a municipal trail in Johnson City, Tennessee.
- Nominations Sought for 2015 Equine Industry Vision Award
- The 2015 Equine Industry Vision Award winner will be announced during a breakfast ceremony sponsored by Zoetis on June 19, 2015, during the American Horse Publications Seminar in San Antonio, Texas.