Steel Buildings Add an uplifting look to your horse stall and provide extra durability with Anodized Finish Aluminum Horse Stalls.
Steel Buildings Heavy-duty aluminum extrusions are used in pipe sections, rails, and frames for easier handling without compromising strength.
Each stall comes standard with a door, fixed pipe section, and feed hole.
Optional features include swing panels in the door for a clean look.
And easy operation and a two-piece swing-out feeder.
SWING-OUT HAY/GRAIN FEEDER
The optional swing-out hay/grain feeder changes to a two-part unit and increases stall front strength.
Protect your Animals from the Elements
The grain feeder has a black
high-density polyethylene tub. Stainless steel latches lock the feeder parts in open and closed positions.
DOOR SILL PROTECTOR & GUIDES
Eliminate splash board wear down from horse traffic.
Heavy-duty galvanized steel protects the base of the door opening and includes a one-inch diameter at each end to guide the bottom of the door and hold it to the stall front.
Provides secure locking while staying concealed in the door track for a clean look.
To release latch, simply lift first pipe in door and use as a handle to open and close the door.
When closing door, the latch catches automatically at the end of the door travel.
BI-PARTING SIDE SWING DOORS
Bi parting side swing doors make for a cleaner look and they allow your horses to look out into the aisle and socialize while safely confined within their stable.
An A-frame is a basic structure designed to bear a load in a lightweight economical manner. The simplest form of an A-frame is two similarly sized beams, arranged in a 45-degree or less angle, attached at the top.