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- Modular Horse Stall Construction Guide -

Toll Free: 1-800-335-1880 Office Hours Monday-Friday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm EST.

Basic Horse Stall Construction (Modular Build)

Painted Steel, Galvanized and Mesh Modular Horse Stall Systems

Modular horse stall systems have brought stall construction to a whole new level. These stalls are prefabricated in wall sections which can be easily set in place WITHOUT having to use support posts. These stalls can be used as both permanent stalls and as portable units.

modular horse stalls

Our Prefabricated Modular Stall Systems come with the brackets required to set your horse stalls in a variety of configurations to suit your individual needs. The stall fronts and walls can be moved, added to, or removed as your situation changes. Free-standing stalls are simple to build using our modulars as the walls and fronts are locked together without having to set any support posts! Our painted steel and galvanized modular stalls already come with two swing-out sections, one on the sliding door and one on the stall front for feed. These stalls can be setup in 1/4 of the time of conventional stalls!

 

building horse stalls using existing barn walls

In many cases, you can use the existing barn walls as stall walls and attach our modular stalls directly to the barn walls using our starter brackets.

building horse stalls adding side walls

In some cases, the existing barn walls are not suitable for use as stall walls. In this situation, you may need to setup your stalls as shown here...........

attaching modular horse stalls

Our modular stalls can be set against wood, steel and concrete. Our system can be used in a wide variety of ways to get both the look and practical use you need.

 Need Help Deciding Which Type of Stall Will Work Best For You? Visit Our Stall Kit vs Modular Stall Comparison Page

painted steel modular horse stalls

galvanized modular horse stalls

Full ventilation modular horse stalls

We suggest the use of tongue and groove 2 x 6 inch lumber for maximum strength and general appearance. Tongue and groove interlocks with each board to prevent gapping when humidy levels change in the barn.

Lumber Requirements:

Surface Area of 2x Material Needed

 10 ft. front or grilled side wall 40 square ft. or 80 board ft.
 12 ft. front or grilled side wall 48 square ft. or 96 board ft.
 10 ft. solid side wall 70 square ft. or 140 board ft.
 12 ft. solid side wall 84 square ft. or 168 board ft.

12' Front or Side Wall Wood Cut Lengths

 Front Frame Installing Wood Vertical  40 3/4"
 Front Sliding Door Installing Wood Vertical  39 3/4"
 Grilled Side Wall Installing Wood Vertical 40 3/4"
 Solid Side Wall Bottom Section Installing Wood Vertical 40 3/4"
 Solid Side Wall Top Section Installing Wood Vertical 42 3/4"
   
 Front Frame Installing Wood Horizontal  93 3/4"
 Front Sliding Door Installing Wood Horizontal  43 3/4"
 Grilled Side Wall Installing Wood Horizontal  139 3/4"
 Solid Side Wall Bottom Section Installing Wood Horizontal  139 3/4"
 Solid Side Wall Top Section Installing Wood Horizontal  139 3/4"

10' Front or Side Wall Wood Cut Lengths

 Front Frame Installing Wood Vertical  40 3/4"
 Front Sliding Door Installing Wood Vertical  39 3/4"
 Grilled Side Wall Installing Wood Vertical 40 3/4"
 Solid Side Wall Bottom Section Installing Wood Vertical 40 3/4"
 Solid Side Wall Top Section Installing Wood Vertical 42 3/4"
   
 Front Frame Installing Wood Horizontal  69 3/4"
 Front Sliding Door Installing Wood Horizontal  43 3/4"
 Grilled Side Wall Installing Wood Horizontal  115 3/4"
 Solid Side Wall Bottom Section Installing Wood Horizontal  115 3/4"
 Solid Side Wall Top Section Installing Wood Horizontal  115 3/4"

Frequently Asked Questions:

 Can you make horse stalls in longer lengths than 12 foot?  Yes, we can make the stall walls to the exact size you need. Call us at 1-800-335-1880 for a quote.
 Can I mix painted modular stalls fronts with mesh side walls?  Yes, our stall components can be interchanged to get the look and strength you need.
 How far apart should I space the brackets for setting the stall wall against a wood barn wall?   Normally, you can install the brackets 12" from the top of the wall and 12" from the bottom.
 Should I fasten the frame bottom to the cement floor in my barn?  In most cases, this is not necessary as the brackets lock the stall walls in position.
 What type of stall door rollers do you use?  We use a high strength thermoplastic roller system for long-life.
 How can I make foaling stalls that can be removed easily?  Our modular system allows you to easily add and remove stall walls as needed.
 What is my best choice for not rusting but still have high strength?  Our hot-dip zinc coated galvanized components are a great combination of strength and corrosion resistance.
 Are your mesh horse stalls welded?  Absolutely NOT! Our modular galvanized systems have no welds to give rust a place to start.
 Can the sliding door be placed on the right of the stall front or do I have to order this special?  Our design allows you to set the sliding door to open from either the right or left.
 Can I order my stall front with the sliding door in the middle?  Your sure can! Give us a call at 1-800-335-1880
  Will your galvanized stalls work with the new pressure treated lumber? Will they rust if they contact the new chemical in the wood?  We use a hot-dip galvanizing process in the construction of our products. We do NOT use the electrogalvanization process some people do which is cheaper to do and inferior in corrosion resistance.

 Have a question? Send us your email at the link to the right and we may post it here to help other stall builders.

 info@countrymfg.com