Planning Your Next Barn Get Together

September 14, 2021 By American Stalls General Guest Author: Connor Duszynski There’s no doubt that the equestrian world is bursting at the seams; with more equestrians embracing the sport than ever before, and equestrian enthusiasts enjoying all that this unique culture has to offer, we’ve noticed the general public’s interest in all-things-equine is piquing, particularly following this...

To-Do List for Your Barn (Fall Edition)

September 8, 2021 By American Stalls Barn Safety As September approaches, it's just about time to begin preparing your barn for the colder months. The late-fall and early Winter months bring colder temperatures and inclement weather. That's why we love to get a head start in September to prepare our barns. Below are a handful of ideas we'd...

4 Tips for a Safer Horse Barn Aisle

August 30, 2021 By American Stalls Barn Safety As horse owners, we always work hard to create the best environments for our horses. That means we think long and hard about every decision that impacts our horses' health and safety. When it comes to the safety, one of the best places to start planning is your barn aisle....

How to Minimize Boredom in the Horse Stall

August 23, 2021 By American Stalls Barn Safety Throughout the year, it is common for your horse to experience high levels of stress. This stress can be caused by a number of factors including lack of turn out, vigorous training routines, and bad weather. Stress can cause various health issues as well as lead to an unhappy horse....

Barn Decision: Center Aisle Barn vs Shed Row Barn

August 16, 2021 By American Stalls General In today's world, there are so many options and floor plans that it can difficult to narrow down your choices. This applies to everything related to building a new horse barn. When you are looking to build a new barn, the first step is to choose the design. To begin,...

Understanding Horse Stall Finishes 101

August 9, 2021 By American Stalls General We all know that our barn improvements require significant time, energy, and hard earned resources. This applies to anything in the barn, but especially to pricy components such as horse stalls, barn end doors, Dutch doors, and barn windows. When you are ready for your next barn project, it will...

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