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Wisconsin Barn Builders

Known as America’s Dairyland because it is one of the nation’s largest dairy producers, Wisconsin has many barns dotting its landscape. Wisconsin has 72 counties and its geography makes it well suited for farming. It has five distinct geographic regions: low lands near Lake Superior and Lake Michigan, forest filled highlands in the north, rocky terrain in the western uplands, and plains in the center of the state. It is the central plains and smooth areas in the uplands that see most farming activity.

This barn home in Burlington, North Carolina is a great addition to the client's property.

Burlington, North Carolina

This barn with living quarters holds four horse stalls and a tack room. Unlike most apartment barns, the living space is on the ground level.

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Post and Beam Garage With Living Quarters in Bend, Oregon

Bend, Oregon

This gorgeous apartment barn has an elevated bottom level for RV storage and an open concept living area on the second floor.

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Santa Ynez, California

The Santa Ynez horse barn is one of our finest projects yet, with seven covered horse stalls and custom patio.

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Barn Construction In Wisconsin


In terms of agriculture, Wisconsin leads the nation in cheese production by producing 25% of the cheese used, is second in milk production, and second in butter production. It is also first in a number of crops. It is therefore obvious why the Holstein cow was chosen as part of the design for Wisconsin’s state quarter.

Wisconsin generally has mild summers and freezing winters. The southern part of the state is slightly warmer. However, its geography leaves it open to both extremes of the temperature range, and it has seen a record high of 114 degrees and a record low of -55 degrees. Typical winter lows range between 0 to 20 degrees depending on the part of the state. Summer highs are in the low 80s or upper 70s.

Having a solid barn to protect your animals from these temperatures is vital. In addition to exposure to the cold, snow can also be devastating to any kind of herd as the animals become trapped and unable to eat or move to warm themselves. We’ve built barns throughout the country and have much experience building barns to withstand the winters of northern states.


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