Systems Shades And Wind Barriers

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Blocking direct sunlight using shades is essential in hot climates.  The direct heat on the horse or barn areas makes life uncomfortable and even dangerous.  On the other hand, wind is welcomed in the south while it is bone chilling in the north.  Here are some ideas I have seen in my travels.

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