Are you looking for an inexpensive way to build a loafing shed? The one pictured below is just that. We had some aluminum awning pans on hand as well as a couple pieces of gutter. The lumber we bought at the local hardware store. We bought a stack of returned or warped lumber. For seventy five dollars we loaded our pickup twice. If you add another fifteen for concrete our total cost was ninety dollars.
We started by setting six posts in concrete. Because we were working with what we had the posts consist of 2 2x4's nailed together.
The lumber has just been nailed so far but I will go back over it and add screws or bolts where needed.
just a few hours of work and a coat of paint away from being a nice
little horse shelter for around a hundred dollars. When our two
pregnant mares have their foals soon they will all enjoy it.
From Princeton Texas comes a video showing the exact steps taken to build a very nice loafing shed. Just click the go button when you are ready.