As a leading manufacturer of pole buildings in Coeur d’Alene, MQS has built just about any type of farm building you can imagine. Some of our projects have been designed to store large equipment and machinery like trailers, mowers, tractors, and various other items used on the farm. MQS has built other structures as venues for weddings, receptions, and other celebrations.
However, one of the most popular uses of metal buildings in Coeur d’Alene is to house livestock on a ranch or a farm. It might be cattle, pigs, sheep, chickens, or horses, but no matter what animals are living on your farm, MQS can design the perfect barn or structure to fit all your needs.
A high-quality steel building in Coeur d’Alene should be able to provide two important items for your livestock:
- Safe Shelter from Weather and Predators
- High-Quality, Fresh Air Cycling In
Safe Shelter from Weather and Predators
Weather is very hard to predict at times, and you want to ensure that your Coeur d’Alene metal building is a safe place for all your animals to go when the weather turns nasty. Sure, most farm animals are perfectly safe roaming through pastures and open fields or simply wandering around the farm. But when inclement weather strikes, your animals need somewhere to take shelter, and that’s precisely why you need a Coeur d’Alene steel building.
Another danger for your farm animals is outside predators lurking at night. Grizzly bears and coyotes are known to lurk in certain areas of the Northwestern United States, especially when it gets dark. So it is essential to keep your livestock secured safely inside a pole building in Coeur d’Alene to ensure their safety.
High-Quality, Fresh Air Cycling In
When your animals are inside, it is imperative to make sure your pole building in Coeur d’Alene has access to fresh, clean air. Respiratory diseases, especially for cattle, can develop when animals are subjected to stale, unhealthy air. For this reason, cattle are typically left outside unless there are extreme weather conditions coming soon.
One of the best ways to improve indoor air-quality is to add features that allow exterior air to cycle inside. Fans, windows, and cupolas are the most common ways to keep the interior air fresh and your animals healthy.
If you are looking for a steel or metal building in Coeur d’Alene to house your livestock, contact our team at MQS. Give us a call or contact us online to receive a free estimate.
We look forward to building the perfect structure to fit you and your livestock’s needs.