Barn Damage From Horse Behavior

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Damage to barns comes from nature, accidents, wear and tear and horses. Maintenance is never-ending as any barn owner well knows. Here are some images of barn damage I have recorded on my travels.

Prevention includes good construction in the first place. Anticipating old trees that may fall or placing a fence between the car parking lot and the barn wall will help. Damage from horses requires more thinking.

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This video shows unusual horse behavior and is sub-titled. Near the end, you will see (and hear) the barn damage caused by this behavior from 3 horses in this barn.

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