The most common choice for our clients for their hay and fodder storage is a three-sided shed (three walls clad, one long side wall open) with the open side usually facing to the north or the east. Access into your hay shed is something that must be considered; we can supply a shed with large access openings so dodging columns is minimized; and as for dodging columns, our universal (I) beam and hot rolled hollow section columns (galvanized for corrosion resistance) are “nudge” resistant – contrasting with cold rolled purlin framed hay sheds.
Bairnsdale Engineering’s hay shed frames are manufactured from R.H.S. or U.B. hot-rolled steel with heavy-duty connection plates factory-welded to rafters and columns for greater strength and ease of installation. We recommend hot-dipped galvanized coated columns for ultimate corrosion resistance.
Your hay and fodder are important parts of your asset base; you have most likely invested a lot of money and time into its procurement – protect it from deterioration in a well-designed hay storage shed and you will reap the benefits.Get In Touch
I’m very happy with my shed and doors. Despite being such large doors (5.7m high x 7.5m wide) they run smoothly. I had a minor issue with the PA door frame but I was able to rectify this myself. I believe I have a good relationship with Bairnsdale Engineering.