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Protect Your Livestock with Metal Barns

Keeping livestock sheltered during the winter can be the difference between life and death for your animals. It’s not only important for the safety of the animals themselves, but also for the overall productivity of your farm. Harsh winds, snow, ice, sleet and freezing temperatures can have a devastating impact on cattle, horses, and other livestock. Traditional structures made of wood, stone, or brick can be drafty and susceptible to water damage, mold, and fire.

Topline Steel Buildings offers a wide variety of customizable metal barns that perfectly meet the needs of your livestock.

Durable Shelter
While you can always wear a warmer coat and go inside at the end of the day, your animals are at the mercy of the elements. Topline Steel Buildings provides metal barns that are durable enough to protect animals from severe weather and predators. Our steel structures are made to last a lifetime, and are built to withstand the harshest of climates. Your animals will always be safe and protected in a structure built by Topline Steel.

Insulation
Traditional barns require a large amount of hay for insulation, which can require a lot of labor and manpower. Stone, wood and brick structures are also more vulnerable to cold winds that creep in from the outdoors. However, metal barns are equipped with modern heating systems that provide warmer insulation and fresh air circulation. Steel structures also do a much better job of keeping out the elements. Metal barns are built with the heaviest grade steel in the industry, which makes it more difficult for cold wind to find its way inside.

Space
For the overall health of your animals, it’s important to have ample storage space in your barn. Metal barns offer expansive, clear span storage areas with an open floor plan. Without the intrusive poles and interior beams found in traditional structures, metal barns offer maximize space so animals don’t feel overcrowded. This clear span storage layout also makes cleaning the barn a much easier task, which helps fight pneumonia causing bacteria and viruses.

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