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Horse livery stables installed in cattle sheds using removable panels

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Workshop skills have played a major part in doing the conversion to a limited budget but at the same time creating something which is truly professional in both appearance and performance.  The need for permanent stabling which can be returned to cattle yards  has been solved by making panels which hang together using standard gate hooks and eyes. So the whole set-up can be removed and stored, allowing the
buildings to be used for something else. There is no masonry work - block walls are just not in evidence.
Hands-on Chris has the skills and confidence to take on the task. It meant the cost was contained to the steel, wooden panelling and other materials. It also meant that he could expand the facilities with demand, something which would have been difficult if an engineering company was employed. They would need to do a major job.  As it is, Chris was making new stables when new customers came along. The stage process
also had the major advantage of allowing him to learn by experience, both in terms of how they were built and how easy they were to use.

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