Barn Damage From Horse Behavior

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.

This video shows unusual horse behavior and is subtitled. 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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