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Lighthoof’s flexible, High Density Polyethylene equine mud management panels confine gravel footing in a series of 3” deep interconnecting cells. I wan this around the water tank.

For sure use this in front of paddock and other muddy areas//Fix muddy horse paddocks and walkways with Lighthoof equine mud-management panels

A metal fence is more durable than a wooden fence, and nothing dresses up a home, farm or ranch better than a beautiful fully functional fence. Description from okfrs.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

horse fence - for internal fencing, covered wire rails and wooden posts, LOVE the kick boards!

Take a look at these features that make horse barns safe and healthy as well as beautiful.

If I ever have my own barn, I want this Lighting in the Farrier Bay. The up-lighting in this dedicated farrier bay helps the shoer better see his or her work.

Like the more solid pipe. Individual pipes are easier to replace when need be - instead of having to replace an entire panel for one slat being badly damaged. Not sure about the gates between each run. And is that gravel I see? Good for barefoot horses if it is:)

Great runs coming off the stalls. The overhang, panels, posts. Love this for the pasture side to keep mudd away from the barn

I love this design, but would definitely be boarding the parts where it isn't the gate

Build your stalls with a combination of steel pipe stall parts and custom board walls. Cost effective and airy, these stalls are a little smarter looking than an all-pipe setup.

panel horse barns inside - Google Search

Would be a cute pen for smaller animals pretty cool little barn, though I don't know about roll up door. Mesh seems a bit off to me, but it seem to be a somewhat popular choice, wonder what the exact safety/ benefit is?

#goatvet likes this Protector for an Electric Fence Charger

put the electric fence charger inside a plastic rubber-maid container to protect it from the elements.