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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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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.

Does Target Training Help Reduce Horses' Stress?
Researchers found no significant differences in horses' stress levels before and after target training.
Tips on Caring for Senior Horses During Winter
From joint health and hoof care to nutrition and dental issues, learn how to help your old horse conquer the cold.
Weight Gain for Older Horses
My 25-year-old Thoroughbred has had trouble keeping weight on after a stroke (he has always been a hard keeper). Ideally, he still needs to gain another 50-100 pounds. Do you have any recommendations?
What's the Best Diagnostic Test for Strangles?
Penn Vet researchers recently examined different methods for diagnosing strangles.
TCA to Honor Bourbon Lane Stable, Jockey Club TIP
Bourbon Lane will receive the Allaire duPont Leadership Award and the TIP will receive the TCA Industry Service Award.
Researchers Evaluate Tests to Detect Heart Damage
Scientists found that two blood tests were able to distinguish between healthy horses and those with myocardial disease.
Poll Recap: Readers Share Their Top Nutrition Sources
Of the 457 poll respondents, 139 (30%) said they go to their equine veterinarian first for nutritional information.
Hats Off Day Makes Donations to Local Organizations
The Kentucky Horse Park Foundation and Kentucky Equine Humane Center received donations from the annual celebration.
Unwanted Horse Coalition Launches New Website
Find information on the Operation Gelding program, feed and hay banks, accredited equine rescues, and more.
Veterinary Students Benefit from Zoetis Support Program
The Zoetis Industry Support Program is returning for its eighth year and providing around $1.5 million in donations to selected veterinary student and Future Farmers of America scholarships.
How to Manage Limb Lacerations in Horses
It’s always wise to consult your vet, but knowing how and being prepared to triage serious lacerations can help increase a patient's likelihood for a good recovery.
Tips for Feeding Horses in a Group
Does your herd leader get too much to eat while the low-man doesn't get enough? Here's our expert's advice.
NYSGC Proposes New Regulations in Wake of PETA Claims
An investigation found four of PETA's 14 allegations sustained. Trainer Steve Asmussen was fined $10,000 for administering thyroxine within 48 hours of racing
First Phase of Ohio Cobalt Study Complete
Intravenous cobalt chloride, especially at the higher dosage levels, produced a rapid onset of clinical signs and had detrimental effects on a number of body systems including the cardiovascular and renal systems.
Adelaide Researchers Investigating Acute Equine Disease
University of Adelaide researchers are investigating the potential causes of a mystery illness which suddenly struck down 14 horses across South Australia last year, eight of them fatally.
BLM Utah to Host Hearing on Vehicles and Wild Horses
The hearing will focus on the use of motorized vehicles and aircraft in wild horse and burro management.
Do Current EMS Treatments Work?
Owners can find success in apply current EMS treatment recommendations, but only with sufficient veterinary support and advice.
Fall Wellness Exams for Horses
Fall is a great time of year to have your veterinarian perform a wellness check on your horse, including but not limited to a physical exam, an oral exam, vaccinations, and/or a lameness exam.
2016 TCA Stallion Season Auction to be Held Jan. 4-9
In 2015, TCA granted over $515,000 to more than 67 charities working within Thoroughbred retraining, rehoming, and retirement; backstretch and farm worker services; research; and equine-assisted therapy.
New Diagnostic Procedures to Detect XY Mares
The new procedures could make sterile mares with XY sex chromosomes easier and less expensive for breeders to detect.
BEVA Provides Information on Medicine for Horse Owners
BEVA has produced a range of tools aimed to educate both veterinarians and horse owners about antibiotic resistance.
Back Country Horsemen of America's Rapport with Wild Lands
Back Country Horsemen of New Mexico has been caring for a number of protected lands in the Corrales, Bernalillo, Rio Rancho, and Albuquerque Metro areas.
Targeted vs. Rotational Deworming: Which Is Less Expensive?
Researcher determined that in certain situations, mainly stable herds of adult horses, targeted deworming can be a better deal than rotational practices.
Checkerboard Wild Horse Gather Comment Period Open
The BLM said public input is valuable and will help the bureau to develop a well-informed environmental assessment.
Colorado VS: Positive Diagnoses in 11 Counties
Forty-five premises remain quarantined while restrictions have been lifted on 376 facilities.