Customer Gallery of Horse Stalls
and Barn Equipment
folks who have purchased CMI horse stalls and barn equipment
have made some beautiful additions to their barns. Here is a
place where you can show the world your accomplishments using
CMI products. If you would like to add a couple of photos to
the gallery, please e-mail your photos to: email@example.com If you have a website, send that address along
and we will post a link to it so people can visit your website.
A little free advertising doesn't hurt a bit..................
Modular Horse Stall Front showing the "gossip door" open.
Photo Submitted by Bob Trench
Susan Royal in Missouri sent
these photos of her horse barn with CMI galvanized support post
style horse stalls installed. Excellent job Susan!
These photos are a great
example how an older barn can be upgraded with some new modular
horse stalls. The first 2 photos show the old barn stalls and
the third and fourth photos show the same barn after the upgrade
with new modular horse stalls.
"Here are a couple of pictures
of the old stalls to compare with what we did! The difference
is AMAZING!! "
"Our stalls are finally done!
They look great! Makes the 40 year old barn look brand new! This
was adapting the fronts - to odd measurements with out special
ordering. We thought you would like to see the results."
Karen & Charlie Naber
Here are some innovative folks
who purchased two 18 by 20 foot
car ports and used them as the frame for their stall and tack
shed. They used CMI galvanized horse stall components to create
this great open span style horse barn.
Photos by Don & Theresa Brigner
These photos show why modular
horse stalls can be a real convenience. Kelli Butler says "The
first few photos are from a stall I had to put up in my garage.
My new barn was not completed in time for the mares to foal in,
so we had to get creative :)" Modular horse stalls can be
moved to different locations much easier than support post horse
stalls as Kelli's photos show.
One of our CMI ATV Model
5400 ATV trailers hauling a couple of friends.
Photo by Craig Ritchie, DVM
Companion Animal Hospital
I am very happy with my recent purchase
of the Zero Turn Tractor, snow plow. I have included some photographs.
We have pretty good snows in Northern Maryland. I am waiting
for the big snow (Murphy's law............... now that I have
my blade). I used the blade to clean up from a snow storm from
1 1/2 weeks ago. To give the tractor extra traction I inserted
some 5/16" sheet metal screws into the turf lugs. It gives
it a good bite on my hill, without the bulk, that snow chains
give. The purchase from your company went very smooth. I will
buy from your company again. I have shared photographs of my
plow with other zero turn owners who are impressed with it.
Thanks for your help,
"We dont get too
much snow in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, so alot of my friends
looked at me kinda funny when they saw the blade on the front
of my zero turn mower. They werent looking so funny when
I drove by them as they shoveled their drives this morning. Of
course, I offered to help...
We had about 8 inches last night
and the photo is of me clearing my Mini Storage Lot. The blade
works well, but I need to make a few modifications for my JD
425 to fit it properly. Ive also added some pins and bolts
Rick Hetzel - Cape Girardeau, MO
This is a great example of
American ingenuity! This CMI estate trailer has been converted
into use as a leaf vacuum. Photo by Dennis O'Connell.
These photos are a excellent example
of how an old dairy barn has been converted to a horse barn.
The top left photo shows what these folks started with, the next
2 photos show the horse stall installation in progress with the
great results shown below:
Photos of this horse stall building
project courtesy of:
A beautiful example of CMI Aluminum
Horse Stalls by Halcyon Hill Stable in Ohio. This is a 6 stall
barn using walls 6 inches thick. The aluminum stall grills are
set back flush with the inside of the stalls, giving the stalls
a very sturdy appearance. Gravity latches and aluminum swingout
feeders are used on these stalls. These horse stalls are used
for stalling Warmbloods.
|| This is a great example
of a 8 horse stall barn, 2 rows of 4 stalls each. Owned by C.
Deyo, she used CMI black painted steel stall grills and stall
doors. Each stall has a stall grill with a feed opening in it.
2 x 8 lumber was used in the stall construction giving the fronts
a nice finished look.
Photos by Dr. Carol Wochenko,
an Ohio psychologist that uses her miniature horse with some
of her younger therapy clients. "I built a stall from country
manufacturing right in my garage (attached to my house)!! I love