Affordable and Easy to Install
CLEANER STALLS AND BARNS
Keep your shelter and barn floors cleaner and drier with this affordable and easy-to-install Barn Fabric. It eliminates the need for excess hay that gets wet and gives flies a place to breed, and eliminates the low spots and holes that form in dirt floors that are so difficult to clean and are dangerous to you and your animals.
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· Durable and strong enough to drive on
· Helps with erosion in high traffic areas
· Eliminates low spots and holes in your barn floors
· Drains well
· Makes poop-scooping easier
· Easy to clean and maintain
· Nice surface for breedings and births
· Helps keep animals clean before shows
· Comfortable all year round
Durable AND Easy to Install
BARN FABRIC is available in 2 widths:
12.5' and 15'
Custom Cut to Your Length
$3.00 / Sq.Yd.
Barn Fabric is extremely easy to install and requires only a few simple tools: scissors to cut the fabric, landscape staples to hold the fabric in place, and a hammer to help drive in the landscape staples. It cuts easily with a pair of scissors and does not rip or tear.
The easiest proper installation calls for putting down a layer of gravel so that any liquids can drain away from the fabric and then seep into the ground.
Some edges will install up against a wall or a fence. The raw edge will not ravel or tear as the cloth is not a woven fabric. Edges that do not install against a wall, such as the pathway your animals use to leave and re-enter the barn, can be taken care of by digging a small trench and pulling the edge down into the trench, then filling with gravel. This prevents the possibility of getting a foot caught under the edge of the fabric. We put our trench under the drip line of the roof so that it doubles as a drainage ditch for excess water coming off the roof.
Cleaning up after your animals doesn't change. Just use a rake and shovel, or whatever you are using at the present time. The fabric can easily be washed down with a hose and can be cleaned with a pressure washer, although using a pressure washer for every cleaning is not recommended. We do a once-a-year cleaning with the pressure washer just before cria season.