Ohio Horse Barn Builders

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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


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Check Ligament Surgery Helps Racehorses with SDFT Injuries
Of the 332 horses that underwent the procedure, 228 (69%) went on to race post-surgery.
Massages for Senior Horses
Dorado got a massage after doing the splits, but even healthy horses can benefit from body work. Has your senior horse had a massage?
Study: EIPH Does Not Shorten Racing Careers
New study results show no difference in the racing career longevity between horses that experience some level of exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage (EIPH) and those that never experience the condition.
RCI to Consider Horses-in-Training Rules
The Association of Racing Commissioners International (RCI) is considering rules to govern racehorses in training in an attempt to identify whether they are at risk for injury.
What is the Best Treatment for Horses with Scratches?
Dr. Bryant Craig offers help for horses with scratches, a serious and stubborn skin disease. This podcast is from the Equine Life Stages: Adult Horses Q&A audio event, sponsored by Merck Animal Health.
Poll Recap: Dental Care Costs
Of the 868 respondents, 359 (41%) said their annual dental care costs vary depending on their horses' needs and veterinarian's recommendations.
California Wildfires Drive Horses from their Homes
More than a dozen horses are residing at the Amador County, California, fairgrounds after wildfire drove the animals from their Northern California homes.
Researchers Link Red Complex Bacteria, EOTRH
When it comes to equine periodontal disease, red complex bacteria could be a red flag for impending tooth reabsorption.
Countdown to the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games
Follow along as our intrepid international reporter offers a look into the excitement surrounding WEG in Normandy.
'Exploding' Manure Blamed for California Barn Fire
Los Angeles County, California, fire authorities believe "exploding" manure could have started the blaze that that claimed the lives of four Friesian horses.
Could EPM Change My Mare's Personality?
Dr. Bryant Craig answers a question about a mare who started spooking after an EPM diagnosis. This podcast is from the Equine Life Stages: Adult Horses Q&A audio event, sponsored by Merck Animal Health.
Eight Additional Texas Premises Quarantined for VS
To date, 21 premises in eight Texas counties have been quarantined due to vesicular stomatitis-positive animals.
Del Mar Shifts Races Off Turf after Breakdowns
Over the weekend, the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club moved two turf races scheduled for July 27 to its main track in light of four breakdowns that have occurred on the course since the meeting began July 17.
Two Navajo Nation Horses Test Positive for WNV
The Navajo Nation Veterinary and Livestock Program has confirmed that two horses exhibiting neurologic signs tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV) on July 25.
Researchers Link Behaviors with Type, Intensity of Emotions
Researchers recently developed a scale of behavioral indicators to identify both the valence (is the emotion positive or negative?) and the intensity of equine emotions.
Malinowski Delivers Presentation on Senior Horse Health
Karyn Malinowski PhD, presented "Ensuring Good Health and Well-Being of the Aging Equine Population" at the American Society of Animal Sciences annual meeting in Kansas City, Missouri.
Reducing Risk from Tick-Borne Diseases
Get tips on how to reduce the risk of contracting a tick-borne disease for you and your horses.
Managing Your Farm's Parasite Portfolio
With "parasite portfolio" monitoring, significantly fewer adult horses in one program required treatment for intestinal parasites, one researcher said.
AVA: Vaccinate Australian Horses against Hendra Now
Following the latest equine hendra case in Gladstone, Queensland, Australia, the Australian Veterinary Association says that all owners should have their horses vaccinated to prevent the deadly virus.
UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Jennifer Janes
Janes' main research focus has been investigating the roles of orthopedic pathology and genetic determinants in equine cervical stenotic myelopathy, commonly known as wobbler syndrome.
Weed of the Month: Nimblewill
Nimblewill often persists in pastures because horses and other animals rarely eat this plant, and because mowing is ineffective as a control tactic.
A Whole-Horse Approach to Managing Joint Disease
Joint disease causes lameness, impedes training, creates behavioral issues, and can end a horse’s riding career. From hoof care and nutrition to medical and supportive care, learn how to keep your horse comfortable and sound despite joint disease.
Take Precautions against Equine Heat Stress
Summer means hot, humid weather in many parts of the country. Learn what steps to take to ensure your horses stay cool and comfortable when temperatures rise.
Equine Lyme Disease: What You Need to Know
Learn how horses contract Lyme disease, what clinical signs to watch for, how to treat it, and more.
Hay: Does Fertilization Matter?
Should I look for hay that comes from a fertilized or unfertilized field? In what ways would the nutrition be affected? Does fertilizing the field increase the protein content of the hay? What are appropriate questions to ask regarding the hay?