Upland End-Opening Livestock Shelter
Upland End-Opening Livestock Shelter
Upland Shelter back view
Upland Shelter front view
Upland End-Opening Livestock Shelter
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Upland End Opening Shelter

UR301 5.8m x 3m x 2.5m high

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$ 5,720.00 (Incl GST)

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Relocatable kitset paddock shelter that is great for calves, alpacas or ponies.

Built Tough - a seriously strong design made with high quality NZ 6x2 inch timber framing and Zincalume or Colorsteel roof cladding that comes with a 10 year manufacturers guarantee. Designed to be easily relocated, extra strong so it can be lifted onto a truck or dragged short distances for site positioning.

Colorsteel upgrades available - check out the range of colors to choose from here >

DIY kitset; Requires 2 people with basic building skills to assemble, some parts are heavy. Step-by-step instructions supplied. Please contact us to confirm expected delivery date.


  • Super strong design
  • Durable treated timber 6x2 framing
  • Exterior grade 12mm plywood end wall
  • Heavy duty 6x4 inch skid mounted base
  • Corrugated iron roofing with a 10 year guarantee
  • Colorsteel upgrades available
  • Skid mounted for easy relocation

""Our Outpost shelter was easy to assemble. Pre-cut precisely, everything fitted perfectly. Communications with the team was welcoming and professional and they couldn’t do enough to help us.
We chose this shelter as it is solid in construction and will stand up to our high winds. It has not let us down. I sleep easy knowing that my kid goats and orphaned lambs are safe and dry. I would definitely recommend them to anyone thinking of building a shed/ shelter.
Thanks again
Sue, Auckland""
- Kid Goat & Lamb Shelter

""My husband and I are thrilled with our barn. It was easy to assemble with good instructions. Our new calves just love the barn and run to get into it to have their hay and calf meal in the evening and then they stay overnight and are let out in the morning. We have put feeder, hay and a water bin for them and we also put a metal gate and iron on the front of the gate to keep the wind out overnight. You will see from the photos that we have put a windsock on the barn so that when it is shifted each day it is positioned out of the wind. Thanks again for your help and input.
Regards Julia & Steve""
- Thrilled with our calf barn