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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- Arizona Pair Accused of Horse Theft
- Two Arizona women are facing felony theft charges after they were arrested for allegedly stealing a Mohave County horse.
- Racehorse Health, Welfare Covered at New York Meeting
- Officials also said they'd completed their investigation into horse mistreatment allegations surrounding Thoroughbred trainer Steve Asmussen.
- Anti-Mullerian Hormone Helps Assess Aging Mares' Fertility
- Mare fertility declines with age in association with reduced follicle count, and AMH is highly correlated with antral follicle count.
- Snow Blizzard 2015: Are You Prepared?
- One Connecticut horse farm gets ready for predicted blizzard. Are your horses ready?
- Can I Give My Horse Biotin Supplements Designed for Humans?
- Find out how biotin might help hoof and haircoat.
- Cox Voluntarily Recalls Equine Ulcer Drug
- Cox Veterinary Laboratory has recalled and ceased production of Gastroade Xtra because it is not FDA-approved.
- BLM Seeks Input on Wild Horse Fertility Control Proposal
- The organization is seeking comment on an environmental assessment which analyzes the continued use of fertility control on the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range.
- Major Racehorse Medication Policy Roundtable Planned
- Discussion topics will include expanded capabilities of testing labs, emerging integrity threats, strategies to combat doping, and more.
- Arabian Association Rescinds Horses' Registrations
- Two champion horses' registrations have been revoked on grounds that the animals did not have the parentage necessary to meet the organization's registration guidelines.
- Catastrophic Equine Injuries' Impact on Jockey Injuries
- Researchers determined that reducing the prevalence of catastrophic equine injuries would likely help improve jockey safety.
- Moxidectin Effective at Reducing Small Strongyle Egg Counts
- Moxidectin gel was 99.9% effective at reducing small strongyle egg counts on a herd of embryo transfer recipient mares compared with fenbendazole, which was only 41.9% effective 14 days post-treatment.
- New Vocations Helped More Than 450 Ex-Racehorses in 2014
- Of those horses, 80% were successfully retrained and adopted while the remaining 20% are still being rehabilitated or trained.
- Using a 'Micro' Scope to Diagnose Equine Stifle Problems
- Learn how veterinarians are using an arthroscope that's 1.3 mm in diameter, 100 mm in length, and disposable to evaluate stifle problems.
- 32 and My Horse
- Ernie Bailey, PhD, believes consumer genetics companies could be valuable to the horse industry. Here's why.
- UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Emily Rubinson
- Rubinson studied whether deworming horses at the same time as vaccination would affect vaccine efficacy.
- An Equine New Year's Resolution: Better Pasture Management
- Focusing efforts on improved pasture management could have positive impacts on our horses, our wallets, and the environment.
- UK Law Symposium to be Held Feb. 24
- The equine law discussion is scheduled for the morning session. Presenters will speak on a range of issues from the Kentucky equine industry's economic outlook to recent developments in court cases to industry regulation.
- Horse Management Tips for Cold Temperatures
- Ensure horses have adequate shelter, water, dry bedding, and feed when temperatures drop.
- Conditioning Horses for Peak Performance
- Do you have the winter blues? Spring is on the way—we promise! Now is a great time to start planning your horse's fitness program. Whether you're headed to horse shows or trail rides, join us to learn how to get your horse riding ready.
- Oklahoma Farm Owner Rebuilds After Fire
- A farm owner in Norman, Oklahoma, is rebuilding after a barn fire claimed the lives of three horses.
- AHP Launches Third Equine Industry Survey
- The survey is designed to gauge trends and management practices in the U.S. equine industry, identify critical issues facing the industry, and identify horse health issues.
- Study: Feed Young Horses According to Birth Date
- Tradition in many breeds holds that all horses have the same birthday: January 1. But when it comes to feeding young horses, it might be better to do so according to each horse's individual birth date, a Japanese research team recently concluded.
- Pulling Ponies Won't Quit Grass Grabbing In-Hand
- Learn how to keep ponies, Miniature Horses--and full-sized horses for that matter--from pulling and grazing when you lead them.
- How Big of a Drylot Does a Horse Need?
- Alayne Blickle of Horses for Clean Water describes the appropriate drylot size for one horse.
- Ask The Horse Live: Name Change for Popular Podcast
- TheHorse.com's Ask The Vet Live podcast series will now be called Ask The Horse Live.