This adorable run-in shed gains even more functionality with the inclusion of a small tack room or feed storage area. Love!

This Quaint Run-In Shed/Shelter Gains Even More Functionality With the Inclusion of a Small Tack Room or Feed Storage Area.

Free plans for building a 16x24 run in shed. This leafing shed is ideal for storing tools, ATVs and even tractors. Full plans at MyOutdoorPlans.com #diy #shed

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My run-in shed is designed like this, but I have a third stall where I store my hay, and use the gate to keep the horses out.

run-in-shed. I like the gates there in case the horse needs put up for any reason. I would prefer Dutch doors to prevent coyotes from entering b

For the horseman on a budget, this run-in-shed-turned-stall is an excellent option. An attached tack/feed room keeps everything close at hand in an area that needn't be more than about 16x12' for one horse.

For Lilys horse? For the horseman on a budget, this run-in-shed-turned-stall is an excellent option. An attached tack/feed room keeps everything close at hand in an area that needn't be more than about for one horse.

Brilliant run-in shed, which can also be set up as one large stall or two smaller ones, so that horses may be confined, if necessary. These gates can swing back against the walls and be latched open to provide a safe open shelter when the "stalls" are not needed.

Brilliant run-in shed, which can also be set up as one large stall or two…

10x24 Run-In Shed

Our horse shelters are an attractive way to provide year-round shelter for your horses, ponies or other livestock.

A great looking field shelter. I like that it has gates so you can keep them in if need be. I would even like this as a small rabbit barn- cages in one side and a large run in the other for exercise & play time.

Mobile Field Shelters – Why they do not require planning permission - Stable Doctor

Pasture - run in sheds for each. Add additional roofing off the back for hay/grain storage at each shed. Put next to each so that its one building, and add a solid divider down the center,

Paddocks and run in sheds. I like these for turnouts or even full time outdoor paddocks

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