Coming to Life
The breeder barn is coming to life! We have pre-made walls and the skeleton of the structure is coming along nicely! These are some of the steps that helped in bringing this building to life.
Loading the pre-built walls so they could be moved closer to the site of the new breeding facility.
A stack of pre-built wall frames ready to be put in place.
Walls are ready to be installed!
Here are the trusses stacked up waiting to be hoisted into the air.
Up…and away! Almost there!
Putting on the rafters is exciting to watch.
Skeleton of our new breeding facility!
We hope you enjoyed watching our barn coming to life! It sure has been exciting here!
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