stall design

Using pictures to make my paper longer and I ain’t even sorry.

8-10 pages on stall design is…crazy. I can only talk about the dimensions of box stalls and their use for so many sentences before I sound like a bluthering idiot. So, at the end of each paragraph illustrating the different types of stalls or doors, I’m going to add a photo example. It’s a research paper…I need examples, right?!

I’m almost on my third page and I’m just now starting to describe tie stalls. But, at the same time, all I have left to write about really is door types, interior building materials, bedding, and feeding/watering options. Is that 5-7 pages worth of stuff? I guess we’ll see…

So tired of school. But only 50ish days left. I can do this.


Six stalls, Amish built, extra-wide aisle, high ceilings, stone dust and mats in the stalls, high ventilation design with bars between stalls and opening loft-windows, hay storage around back to keep dust in the barn to a minimum, heated tack room, hot and cold water to wash stall and tack sink, efficient no-shadow lighting system, paddocks off the back of the stalls with dutch doors and overhang for rainy weather…

This is heaven right? <3

ITALY, Milan : A man takes a picture of the Pavillion of Israel in the Expo Milano 2015 in Milan on May 1, 2015 on the opening day of the Universal Exposition. The exposition will run from May 1, 2015 to October 31, 2015 on the theme of Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life. The fair focuses on food security, sustainable agricultural practices, nutrition and battling hunger - as well as dishing out the best fare of the world’s culinary cultures. Cooking shows, restaurants, and food stalls will be designed to attract and hold visitors in Italy’s financial capital. AFP PHOTO / OLIVIER MORIN