Hay Storage Post Frame Buildings

56’ x 150’ x 20’ Hay barn with an open side and end, as well as a closed side and end and 4’ skirt

56’ x 150’ x 20’ Hay barn with an open side and end, as well as a closed side and end and 4’ skirt

Preserve the quality of your hay by storing it indoors

Preserve the quality of your
hay by storing it indoors

Protect the value of your hay by storing it in an inexpensive Integrity hay barn. How you store hay after baling can have a big effect on losses in both quantity and quality. Bales stored inside keep the amount of hay, tightness of bales and quality much better than hay stored outside.*

Integrity hay barns can be configured in a variety of ways: sheeted walls to the ground on one or more sides, roof and posts only and more.

Research shows storing hay indoors
saves bales

  • Perma-Column: the only company in Canada to offer precast concrete columns that keep wood out of the ground and allow for a concrete foundation on your post frame building. Find out more about Perma-Columns »
  • Available in cold storage, insulated or combination customized to your operation
  • Straight walls to 24’ give you maximum usable space allowing you to stack bales tightly against the walls
  • Low maintenance interiors and exteriors
  • Strong metal: our full 3/4” rib (large rib) metal gives our buildings more strength than the competitors
  • Interlocking truss-to-post connection: our saddled truss connection gives secure fastening through the whole post. This means a better load transfer from the roof to the walls
  • Full range of available colours »
  • Great service guarantee
  • Industry-leading warranty »

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Hay Barn Photo Gallery

  • See photos of hay barns built by Integrity Post Structures in our photo gallery.

Reviews From Owners

Accurate building. Great crew.

Morley Lippai

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