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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- Congressmen Call for Strict Inspections at TWH Celebration
- The Congressmen called on USDA Secretary Tom Vilsak to instruct USDA inspectors to use available protocols and technology to enforce the Horse Protection Act.
- RCI Votes to Increase Multiple NSAID Penalties
- The Association of Racing Commissioners International (RCI) has voted to recommend increased penalties for the detection of multiple non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, commonly known as NSAIDs, in racehorses.
- Definite Entries for All Disciplines at 2014 WEG Confirmed
- Entries for jumping, driving, and vaulting at the 2014 World Equestrian Games (WEG) have been finalized.
- Compounding Pharmacy Reinforces Standards
- Wickliffe Veterinary Pharmacy said it has taken steps to reinforce its safety and quality standards and has cooperated with a federal agency's inquiry into "adverse events earlier this year."
- Barn Fire Claims Tennessee Walking Horses
- Maury County, Tennessee, authorities are blaming an electrical malfunction for a barn fire that killed five Tennessee Walking Horses.
- Study: Horses with Sarcoids have Elevated Treg Cell Levels
- Researchers found that horses with sarcoids have elevated levels of T-regulatory, or Treg, cells--special white blood cells that play a central role in regulating immune responses.
- How to Read a Horse's Lip Tattoo
- Have you adopted a racehorse, but don't have any papers on him to learn his history? Get the scoop by reading your horse's lip tattoo with Patrick Kealy, a horse identifier in Northern California.
- How Can I Tell if My Horse is in Pain?
- Learn the signs that your horse's behavior might be related to pain from a veterinarian and equine behavior expert.
- Colorado, Texas Report Additional VS Quarantines
- Colorado officials have 184 premises quarantined for VS, while Texas officials have 44 facilities quarantined.
- Nebraska Authorities Seek Owner of Abandoned Horse
- The allegedly malnourished bay mare was apparently abandoned in a pasture where other horses reside, officials say.
- FDA Sends Warning Letter to Compounding Firm
- The FDA's letter to Wickliffe Pharmaceutical indicates that tests show that some of the firm's drug products are "adulterated and misbranded" under the federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
- Lessons Learned about Equine Welfare
- There are no easy answers regarding equine welfare. One vet shares what he's learned from being involved in the issue.
- West Nile Virus can Threaten Horse Health this Fall
- It’s not too late to help protect your horses from contracting West Nile virus. Here's what you need to know.
- Small Horse-Property Tour
- Have you ever wondered how to make a compact property work for horses? Join Horses for Clean Water Director Alayne Blickle's tour of a 2-acre farm designed by architect/owner Carolyn Adams near Seattle.
- Massachusetts Bill Requires Vets to Report Animal Cruelty
- The bill requires veterinarians working in Massachusetts to notify local law enforcement authorities if they suspect that an animal is being maltreated.
- Washington Reports First Equine WNV Case of 2014
- The unvaccinated horse from Mesa, in Franklin County, is showing progressive neurologic signs, including hind end paralysis.
- Understanding the Biomechanics of Lameness
- Equine locomotion involves consistent patterns of limb movements that change in predictable ways when the horse is lame. Learn what to watch for.
- Developing the Sport Horse: The Importance of Hydration
- Learn about sweating's role in the horses' ability to cool and how extreme heat and humidity can affect their ability to perform.
- 2014 Equine Research Hall of Fame Inductees Announced
- This year's inductees are Michelle LeBlanc, DVM, Dipl. ACT; Ernie Bailey, PhD, and Elwyn Firth, BVSc, MS, PhD, Dipl. ACVS.
- Wisconsin Reports first Equine WNV Case of 2014
- The unvaccinated St. Croix County Quarter Horse mare is recovering after being treated by a veterinarian.
- Poll Recap: Room for a Rescue
- Of the 575 total respondents, 450 (78%) said they have rescued a horse.
- Vaccine Reactions
- Although vaccination is a vital part of caring for horses, and most vaccines are administered without problems, side effects can occur.
- Move Claims 57 Mustangs, BLM Says
- An investigation revealed that the horses likely died of complications relating to their ages, stress related to the relocation, and a shift in feed from pasture grass to hay.
- Senior Horse Superstar Spotlight: Nice Touch
- Meet senior World Equestrian Games para-dressage horse, 19-year-old Nice Touch, and her rider Roxie Trunnell.
- Strangles Signs, Risk Factors, and Complications Evaluated
- If your horse had strangles, would you be able to tell? He'd probably have those token swollen lymph nodes, right? It's possible, but researchers recently determined that these signs alone aren't the only ones that should prompt a strangles test.