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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- Oklahoma Horse Stabbed to Death
- Police are investigating after a horse sustained four stab wounds in the neck.
- Poll Recap: Horse Water Options
- Of the 1,413 respondents, 936 (66%) said their horses get water from a trough or bucket that they fill manually.
- EEE Confirmed in Ulster County, New York, Horse
- The unvaccinated 11-year-old mare was euthanized after she became recumbent and unresponsive.
- West Nile Cases Confirmed in Oregon, Minnesota Horses
- Oregon reported its first case of the year, while the case count in Minnesota has reached 11.
- BLM Vale District Conducting Emergency Wild Horse Gather
- The gather comes in response to the Cherry Road Wildfire, which has burned about 90% of the pasture in which more than half of the herd resides.
- Does Skeletal Muscle Inflammation Lead to Hyperinsulinemia?
- While this appears true in humans, researchers could not identify a positive relationship between inflammation and obesity or insulin resistance in horses.
- Why Are Horses Nervous When It's Windy?
- Behaviorist Dr. Sue McDonnell offers reasons horses might be spookier than normal in windy weather.
- Washington State Diagnostic Lab Confirms 10 Equine WNV Cases
- The recent cases are located farther north than detections in previous years, Washington State University reported.
- Feeding the Horse With Asthma
- Recurrent airway obstruction is a medical condition, but feed changes might help your horse breathe better.
- Scientists Evaluate Equine Blood Compatibility, Typing Tests
- Penn Vet researchers tested more efficient ways to identify blood compatibility and type prior to transfusions.
- Kentucky Reports First Equine WNV Cases of 2016
- Both affected horses--one from Barren County and one from Hardin County--were unvaccinated, but are recovering.
- All Horse, Human Drug Tests From Rio Olympics Clean
- A total of 60 equine samples--30% of the 200 competing horses--were tested during the Games.
- Is Selenium Deficiency Deadly to Horses?
- Too much selenium in a horse's diet can cause signs of toxicity or even death. But too little selenium can also be life-threatening.
- UK Pasture Evaluation Work Showcased at Rangeland Congress
- The UK Horse Pasture Evaluation Program has performed 160 evaluations representing more than 30,000 acres in 20 Kentucky counties.
- The Grass Guide: Red Clover
- Red clover provides excellent forage quality when grazed or harvested before the flower blooms.
- Kentucky Downs Schedules Day to Support Research
- The third annual Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation Day at Kentucky Downs, in Franklin, is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 3.
- Studying Heaves in Horses Could Help Humans With Asthma
- Researchers are studying underlying genetic factors that lead some horses to develop heaves while others don't.
- UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Iris Cui
- Cui's research focused on understanding more about the pricing of Thoroughbreds at public sales.
- Novel Surgery Successful for Treating Clogged Tear Ducts
- The standing procedure, in which tubing is temporarily inserted from the tear duct into the sinus cavity, is helping horses' tear ducts return to full function.
- Enter TheHorse.com's Photo Contest for Sun-Sensitive Horses
- Is your horse sun-sensitive? Submit his story and photo for the 'Help! My Horse is Sun-Sensitive' contest for a chance to win a prize pack!
- University of Melbourne Vets Aim to Improve Racehorse Safety
- Researchers hope to reduce the risk of racehorse fatalities on the track as part of a $5.25 million funding commitment from the Victorian Government and Racing Victoria.
- How to Protect Your Horse from West Nile Virus Infection
- Late summer is peak transmission season for West Nile virus (WNV), and confirmed cases are rising among horses in many regions.
- Forest Service Offers Wild Horse Gather Operation Viewing
- The United States Forest Service Modoc National Forest office will conduct a wild horse gather from private and tribal lands between Sept. 6 and 16.
- Carter Receives AVMA Veterinary Congress Prize
- Dr. Craig Carter received the 2016 AVMA International Veterinary Congress Prize in recognition for his international contributions to veterinary public health.
- NYSGC to Host Retired Racehorse Meeting on Aug. 30
- The public meeting is part of the commission's efforts to drive attention and resources to racehorse retirement.