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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- Matt Koch Named 2016 Friend of UK Ag Equine Programs
- Koch is a UK alum, an advisory committee member for the college’s equine programs, and a longtime supporter of the program’s educational mission.
- UK Tour Displays Equine Industry Career Possibilities
- The tour was designed to educate students about the broad variety of careers available in the equine industry.
- The Grass Guide: Orchardgrass
- Orchardgrass is a cool-season perennial and a desirable grass for horses, both for hay and pasture.
- UK Gluck Center Develops Novel EAV Test
- The test is designed to identify which stallions are most likely to remain long-term carriers of the virus if infected.
- New WNV Cases in California, Kentucky, Minnesota Horses
- Two of the three newly confirmed horses were unvaccinated. The third has an unknown vaccination history.
- Stolen Georgia Horse Recovered in South Carolina
- A 23-year-old Thoroughbred taken with the recovered Quarter Horse remains missing.
- All Drug Tests From Rio Para-Dressage Competitors Clean
- This means back-to-back clean Paralympic games (London 2012 and Rio 2016) for para-equestrian participants.
- Gluck Center, Hagyard to Host Mary Passenger Lecture
- Topics will include the equine upper airways, lameness diagnosis, and preventing injuries in equine athletes.
- Healthy Horse App Features More Horse Types, Uses
- The smartphone app is designed to help owners better manage their horses' weights.
- Mind the Gap: Feeding the Toothless Horse
- If your horse has few to no teeth, he might not be chewing and digesting the nutrients he needs to maintain his health.
- Kentucky Confirms Third Equine WNV Case for 2016
- The unvaccinated 3-year-old Standardbred mare from Bourbon County is recovering at an area hospital.
- Spontaneous Rearing and Food Aggression in Horses
- One mare's rearing habit around her owner might be play initiation.
- Leptospirosis Vaccine Licensed for Use in Pregnant Mares
- The USDA has licensed a vaccine for use in pregnant mares to protect against leptospirosis, one cause of abortion in horses.
- New Cases of EEE, PHF, WNV Confirmed Across the Country
- Arizona reported a WNV case, Michigan confirmed two EEE cases, and West Virginia found WNV and PHF cases.
- Kentucky Faces Difficulty With Alfalfa Establishment in 2016
- Wet and humid weather resulted in a number of diseases popping up in alfalfa crops across the commonwealth.
- West Virginia to Require Safety Alliance Accreditation
- The state's two Thoroughbred tracks must submit their initial application for NTRA Safety and Integrity Alliance accreditation by Nov. 4.
- UK CAFE Receives Record Number of Grant Awards
- College of Agriculture, Food and Environment (CAFE) researchers brought in grants totaling $39.2 million in fiscal 2016.
- Study: Most Racehorse Injuries in Britain are Minor
- Findings from a recent study show that 70% of injuries recorded over a 14-year period were minor and not career-ending.
- Kentucky Authorities Seek Ownership of Seized Horses
- The Kentucky Department of Agriculture and Mercer County Fiscal Court are asking a court to grant them ownership of more than 40 horses seized by authorities after allegedly being abandoned earlier this year by Charles and Maria Borell.
- How Does Arena Footing Affect an Athletic Horse's Longevity?
- An equine sports medicine specialist shares how footing can impact soundness and offers footing selection advice.
- BLM to Begin Emergency Gather in the Big Sand Spring Valley
- The BLM said it will gather and care for up to 300 wild horses impacted by drought conditions.
- AAEP Foundation Distributes Funds to Benefit Equine Welfare
- The foundation approved funding of $459,198 for 27 organizations and special projects committed to improving equine welfare.
- Horse Knees: The Crooked, the Chipped, and the Inflamed
- Horses' knees are prone to both congenital and acquired lameness problems. Here's what you need to know.
- Poll Recap: Horse Treats: Yay or Neigh?
- Of the 1,452 respondents 579 (40%) said they occasionally treat their horse to apples or carrots.
- Exercise and Horses' Feed Needs
- Nutritionist Dr. Clair Thunes answers a listener's question about keeping a horse's condition when increasing workload.