Agricultural Metal Structures

Learn more about agricultural metal buildings and how Red Dot can help provide you with quality steel farm buildings for various purposes, depending on whether you’re into crop farming or livestock farming.

Agricultural Steel Structures

Red Dot provides a wide array of metal building systems and solutions for your agricultural needs. Explore our extensive portfolio of agricultural structures and let us know what we can build for you.

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Dimmit County Rodeo Arena and Conference Center
Dimmit County Rodeo Arena and Conference Center

Agriculture Metal Building in Arrizo Springs, TX Square Feet: 84,385 Architect: Architecura S.A., Inc. Contractor: Stoddard Construction Management, Inc.

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Gerald D. Young Agricultural Sciences Center
Gerald D. Young Agricultural Sciences Center

Agriculture Metal Building in Katy, TX Architect: VLK Architects Contractor: Stewart Builders

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Southside ISD Agri-Science Facility
Southside ISD Agri-Science Facility

Agriculture Metal Building in San Antonio, TX Square Feet: 14,409 Architect: Garza Bomberger & Associates Contractor: Marksmen General Contractors

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The Charles and Jenny Sewell Agricultural Science Center Expansion
The Charles and Jenny Sewell Agricultural Science Center Expansion

Agriculture Metal Building in Crowley, TX Architect: VLK Architects Contractor: Steele Freeman, INC

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WLE Landscape and Irrigation
WLE Landscape and Irrigation

Agriculture Metal Building in Austin, TX Square Feet: 17,850 Architect: Studio 8 Contractor: Bradshaw

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MS Hammack Project Center
MS Hammack Project Center

Agriculture Metal Building in Ferris, TX Architect: WRA Architect Contractor: Gallagher

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Chisum ISD Vo-Agri Building
Chisum ISD Vo-Agri Building

Agriculture Metal Building in Paris, TX Square Feet: 14,485 Contractor: Harrison, Walker & Harper

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Tomball ISD Agri-Science Center
Tomball ISD Agri-Science Center

Agriculture Metal Building in Tomball, TX Square Feet: 34,500 Architect: VLK Architects Contractor: Sterling Structures Inc.

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Stephenville ISD Agri-Science Center
Stephenville ISD Agri-Science Center

Agriculture Metal Building in Stephenville, TX Square Feet: 29,106 Architect: Huckabee Contractor: Imperial Construction

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Ector County Coliseum Horse Stalls Barn
Ector County Coliseum Horse Stalls Barn

Agriculture Metal Building in Odessa, TX Square Feet: 6,790 Architect: JAA Architects Contractor: Mid-Tex of Midland

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Dripping Springs Agri Building
Dripping Springs Agri Building

Agriculture Metal Building in Dripping Springs, TX Square Feet: 6,215 Architect: Corgan Contractor: American Constructors

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Vandergrift Agri Building
Vandergrift Agri Building

Agriculture Metal Building in Austin, TX Square Feet: 16,568 Architect: PBK Architects Contractor: Bartlett Cooke General Contractors

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Forney ISD Animal Science
Forney ISD Animal Science

Education Metal Building in Forney, TX Square Feet: 6,714 Architect: Huckabee Contractor: Gallagher Construction

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Comal ISD Agri Building
Comal ISD Agri Building

Agriculture Metal Building in Garden Ridge TX Square Feet: 7,296 Architect: Huckabee Contractor: Bartlett Cooke General Contractor

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How Metal Farm Buildings Can Help Your Agricultural Business

The following are some of the ways in which a metal farm building stands to benefit your agricultural business:

 

Durable, Low-Upkeep Storage

 

Due to the durability and low-maintenance nature of metal farm buildings, they serve as excellent storage facilities. You can use these buildings as hay storage, farming equipment and machinery storage, shelter for your livestock, and harvested crops storage. They’re also easier to clean and resistant to warping or cracking.

 

Climate Control

Metal farm buildings come fitted with additional accessories such as ventilation, insulation, and skylights, which ensure that your livestock is in an aerated space where they’re protected from harsh weather conditions.

 

Pest Prevention

 

One of the best things about metal farm buildings is that they’re resistant to rot or even pest infestation, meaning you don’t need to worry about pests getting to your livestock or harvested crops. 

 

Customization Options

 

Metal farm buildings are easily customizable to suit your needs, whether you want to utilize them as workshops, storage units, dairy buildings, or other uses. If you need to expand due to growth, it’s super easy to install additions to steel farm buildings.


 

Types of Metal Farm Buildings and Customization Options Available 

  • Regular horse barn: These are metal farm buildings designed to stable your horses.

  • Carolina barn: Also known as the ridgeline barn, the Carolina barn is fitted with an A-frame structure and horizontal ridges. The Carolina barn is very convenient for storing farming equipment, farm produce, vehicles, and others. A Carolina barn is characterized by boxed eave roof styles well as vertical roof style barns.

  • Continuous roof barn: Also referred to as Seneca barn, this type of metal farm building is more durable than other types. This type of metal farm building is fitted with an A-frame structure which ensures that water can easily slide off during the rainy season. 

 

When customizing, there are a few options available. You can customize by color, roof style, and dimension. You can also add additional lean-to structures.


 

Conclusion

 

If you need an agricultural steel building installed on your farm, contact us today at Red Dot and let us cater to your needs. Red Dot is renowned for providing various metal building systems that cater to all agricultural needs.