Backyard chicken farming with Winkler Structures

Winter is quickly approaching, and keeping your chickens comfortable will likely become more difficult as temperatures drop. From protecting combs to utilizing a hoop barn for appropriate climate control, you will need to invest in the appropriate precautions and plan to ensure your flock remains comfortable during extreme winter weather.

Farm equipment building solutions

While many individuals are enjoying later sunsets and warmer days with the approach of spring, farmers are preparing for another season of planting. This requires knowledge, experience, patience and the use of expensive equipment.

Hay protection from the elements [Video]

Certain summers are wetter than others, which increases the risk of hay spoilage.

An affordable solution for minimal hay spoilage

Adequate hay storage is a critical component to ensuring livestock producers’ expenses are not wasted.

How open-sided fabric-covered buildings are safer for unloading hay bales [Video]

Because of the heavy weight of hay bales, workers tasked with loading and unloading this material are at risk for injury.

Fabric structures protect sheep health

When building a sheep barn, according to the Alberta SPCA, you must ensure the shelter provides three things – fresh air, light and adequate room to move. By design, Winkler…

Storing materials for planting season [Video]

Planting season is a busy and exciting time of year, and preparing equipment and storing machinery is an integral part of the process.

Announcing the E-10 Series

Bringing together the most popular building widths in our almost 40 year history, Winkler Structures is proud to launch a new building series, the E-10.┬áThe E-10 series offers 42′, 50′,…

Fertilizer storage before planting season

While low temperatures remain in most parts, spring is actually right around the corner. That means farmers everywhere are beginning preparations for planting season.

Improving dairy cow comfort during the winter

The bitter cold that is characteristic of the winter months can cause a number of issues for dairy farmers everywhere if they do not have the appropriate shelter prepared for their livestock.