Field Shelters

What is a Field Shelter?

Metal Field Shelter Farm Storage Building

Field shelters are structured designs to provide shelter for animals. Some field shelters and designed to be permanently built and situated in one location. Others are designed to be temporary shelters in which are moveable to suit your needs and to protect your horses from danger and injury.

These extremely high quality and fire-resistant shelters, are quick to assemble and dismantle, the materials that are commonly used is timber, wood, steel framed, fabric and PVC. Their size can be made to measure to suit your needs. The benefits of your field being constructed of these materials is that it does not require ground work to be carried out, making it exempt from planning permission as no ground work has had to happen.

Field shelters are known to provide warmth and dryness for your horses at the farm. It is to provide the needs of feeding and storing hay. Field shelters should be situated in a place where your animals are comfortable all year-round for example, farm buildings.

Whatever the weather, your shelter should enable protection from wind and rain. Not only this but, it is important to consider placing your shelter in a shady area, providing protection from the sun in the summer. They need frequent attention to be cleaned out on a daily basis.

Static and Mobile Field Shelters

Static field shelters, as long as it follows the planning permission guidelines and are put in place, they more cost-effective than a mobile field shelter. They are situated on concrete or constructed directly on the field. They are able to be built on most types of grounds. They are available in different ranges of designs. They are built to be permanent affectively battling against all weather conditions.

In addition, mobile shelters in most cases wouldn’t require planning permission. They are seen to be a great temporary asset for farmers. They popularly becoming the new contemporary shelter to use today.  Mobile shelters are commonly known to be most popular as they are flexible to be moved around, they come with skids enabling movement to new areas. Farmers also commonly use these if they are waiting to have a new stable block inputted or to just provide extra shade for protection from UV Rays as horses tend to spend majority of their day outdoors.

Field shelters are commonly used for farming storage as well.

Despite the difference in both of these, they are both built to be very durable, high quality and safe for your animals live in, if the correct materials are used when constructing.

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Static field shelters, as long as it follows the planning permission guidelines and are put in place, they more cost-effective than a mobile field shelter. They are situated on concrete or constructed directly on the field. They are able to be built on most types of grounds. They are available in different ranges of designs. They are built to be permanent affectively battling against all weather conditions.

In addition, mobile shelters in most cases wouldn’t require planning permission. They are seen to be a great temporary asset for farmers. They popularly becoming the new contemporary shelter to use today.  Mobile shelters are commonly known to be most popular as they are flexible to be moved around, they come with skids enabling movement to new areas. Farmers also commonly use these if they are waiting to have a new stable block inputted or to just provide extra shade for protection from UV Rays as horses tend to spend majority of their day outdoors. Field shelters are commonly used for farming storage as well.

Despite the difference in both of these, they are both built to be very durable, high quality and safe for your animals live in, if the correct materials are used when constructing.