Free plans for loafing shed/pole barns?

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  1. Mountaineer

    Mountaineer Well-Known Member

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    I'm searching, but only finding plans you need to purchase. When I was visiting horse country last year it seemed everyone had the exact same very basic loafing shed.
    Thanks for any ideas!
     
  2. bachelorb

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    This is THE best site I have found for plans. Some are outdated, but I have used at least 5 of these plans for different buildings, or corral layouts over the last few years

    NDSU Plans
     

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  4. Mountaineer

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    Thanks both of you. I found some incredible plans on both sites, looks like I have some reading to do tonight!
     
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    Wow, what a great site! Thanks!
     
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    titansrunfarm The Awesome PT & Friends

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  8. Mountaineer

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    Titansrun- those one's cost $.
     
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    titansrunfarm The Awesome PT & Friends

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    Sure, but we used the plans for ideas and then used our brains to fill in the blanks, didn't cost a penny - LOL.
     
  11. Mountaineer

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    If only my brain could fill in those blanks! I find IKEA a pain.
     
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  13. Mountaineer

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    Doesn't everyone know IKEA? It's Sweden's Wal-mart. Only better!