A good run-in shed, whether simple or elaborate, should follow some basic design concepts.
When I moved to Kentucky in 2005 I had great plans to build the perfect horse barn on our new property. I envisioned a structure with lots of masonry and large timbers to match what was all around me. After all, beautiful horse farms were part of what drew us to the Bluegrass in the first place.
My, how things change. In our case functional and flexible won over these loftier plans, but we couldn’t be happier with the result. Let’s face it: What does a horse really
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