4 Barn Gifts for the Practical Equestrian

November 20, 2022 By American Stalls Barn Safety Each holiday season, we inevitably scratch our heads and ask, "what do I even get them?" Last year, we put together a list of four gifts to consider for any equestrian in your life. You can view that list here. While that list consisted of items mainly for the home,...

Foods in Your Kitchen That Your Horse Can Eat, Too

November 11, 2022 By American Stalls Barn Safety This post was originally posted on Equivont.com and authored by Ellie Sack. Here’s your guide to what common human foods your horse can enjoy with you! Carrots - they can eat the orange and the green parts!Apples - safest without the seeds, but in small quantities it’s okay!Watermelon - the...

4 Latch Options for Horse Stall Fronts

November 2, 2022 By American Stalls Barn Safety At American Stalls, we believe that any Horse Stall Front is only as good as its hardware. While we can build extremely attractive Stall Fronts, we also understand the need to master the basics. What do we consider the "basics?" That includes the hardware such as door latches, hinges, and...

Is Your Horse Barn Ready for Winter?

October 9, 2022 By American Stalls Barn Safety It's the second week of October and we're finally seeing falling leaves and change in their beautiful colors. These changes signal the shift from Summer to Fall to Winter. Before we know it, winter will soon be knocking on our barn doors. This time of the year (mid-to-late Fall) is...

3 Types of Yokes in Horse Stall Doors

October 7, 2022 By American Stalls Barn Safety When designing horse stalls, we understand just how important it is to make sure your horse is comfortable. We believe that comfort can mean several things in a horse stall. That includes large enough horse stalls, ample airflow in a stall, easy access to water and feed, and even the...

FAQs – Rubber Pavers for Horse Barns

October 5, 2022 By American Stalls Barn Safety Apart from our horse stalls, we receive many curious questions regarding our horse stall mattresses. At American Stalls, we carry our best-selling interlocking Rubber Pavers. Our Rubber Pavers are extremely popular for flooring in barn aisles, breezeways, outdoor pathways along the farm, and even wash stalls. Below are answers to...

Planning for Horse Stall Fronts Project

September 25, 2022 By American Stalls Barn Safety In any barn project, horse stalls are usually a major center of attention. After all, your horses will spend much of their barn-time in their horse stalls. Your horse stalls are the focal point of the barn interior – both in terms of aesthetics, but also in terms of your day-to-day...

3 Types of Horse Stall Partitions

September 20, 2022 By American Stalls Barn Safety Are you building a new horse barn? Are you looking to renovate your existing barn? In either case, we equestrians tend to focus on things such as the horse stall fronts, barn end doors, the aisle flooring, the lighting, or even the tack hardware. After all, those are the shiny...

4 Principles for Biosecurity in Barns

September 14, 2022 By American Stalls Barn Safety Guest Post by our friends at GH2 Equine Architects. Biosecurity, while obviously very important for veterinary facilities, should be a consideration in the design of every type of equine facility – from private barns to large event venues. While the design elements can change depending on the size of the...

How Wide Should Your Barn Aisle Be?

August 27, 2022 By American Stalls Barn Safety While often an afterthought, the aisle way is an important piece of real estate in any barn. It's where our horses are led in and out of their stalls. It's where we socialize with our fellow friends. In short, it's where all the day-to-day action happens. Depending on the barn's...

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