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What size Paddock Shelter is best for my Horses?

What size Paddock Shelter is best for my Horses?

5 April 2021 | Horse Stables

Protecting horses from the elements such as snow, rain, extreme heat and hail will benefit not only your horse's health, but ultimately your ability to train, ride, compete and enjoy your horse. Learn more about what size paddock shelter is best for you.

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What is horse manure good for?

What is horse manure good for?

19 September 2020 | Horse Stables

If you have horses you’ll definitely have a bit of horse poo and might be wondering how to put it to good use. There are many different uses for horse manure around your garden. Horse manure is a great fertilizer that helps to build healthy soil.

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My Outpost Horse Shelter and Sheds

My Outpost Horse Shelter and Sheds

30 May 2020 | Horse Stables, Outpost News

We love hearing from our customers and what they’ve done with their Outpost buildings. For our latest blog, we spoke to Loreen from Auckland about her experience with Outpost Buildings. Here’s what she had to say…

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Custom Designed Settler Stables

Custom Designed Settler Stables

29 October 2019 | Horse Stables, Outpost News

Outpost custom designed these stables for a customer to suit their site and requirements. This stable design is based on our Settler stable which is a modular design. Settler Stables have a centre pitch roof that look great and is very strong.

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Autumn Horse Care tips

Autumn Horse Care tips

4 March 2019 | Horse Stables

As we start to say goodbye to long summer days and welcome the falling leaves and cooler mornings of autumn, it’s important to remember that the change of seasons can also bring about a degree of stress for animals, including horses.

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Hunter Custom Stable Design Showcase

Hunter Custom Stable Design Showcase

21 November 2018 | Horse Stables, Outpost News

Outpost custom designed this “Hunter” style stable for a customer. Hunter style stables from Outpost Buildings have a mono pitch roof line that is higher at the front for easy access. This makes it easier to get horses in & out of.

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