Today we can really start seeing the beauty of this horse barn! This fence is heavy duty, ready for some big cows. The posts are 6-7 inches, and 8 foot long. The wire is called bull wire, which is a heavy gauge, and can have posts up to 10 foot apart. We’ll add some barbed Continue reading “Construction Update 20190221”
We are braving the cold today! It’s 36 degrees here in Florida, and we are cold, but it sure is beautiful! First stop, new homesite on 464, in Morriston. The owner is building the barns first, then the house will follow. This concrete block horse barn is coming out beautifully. Its a full service barn! Continue reading “Construction Update 2019031”
You’ll never believe what was in these obscure shipping containers! I’m no expert, but I think every type of bird God makes is here! Absolutely breathtaking! There’s no job too big, small, or totally wild for Archifence!
Guil’s back with Advice from the Architect. This is part 2 of a 5-part series on how to properly design a functional horse farm. We’ll talk planning, design, construction, fencing, and infrastructure. Today we’ll talk fencing. The three most important points I want to highlight are: avoiding sharp corners, it must be well positioned, find Continue reading “How to create a horse farm: Fencing”
This was a long day of site visits! There’s so much going on! (1) Here we see the concrete finally got poured for this small barn. The weather has not been on our side in these last few weeks. This portion of the property will hold mostly cows, so the owner opted for bull wire Continue reading “Construction Update 19024”