72 Pole Barn DIY Plans

71) All-Purpose Small Barn Plans from LSU or Louisiana State University Agricultural Center

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These are Cooperative Extension Plans that were developed over the years by different engineers at LSU as well as other U.S. Land Grant universities. They’re older plans so they need revisions to comply with and meet the needs, standards, codes, and construction methods. They provide great design ideas as well as a conceptual information for varying planning purposes. These plans were specifically prepared through the Cooperative Farm Buildings Plan Exchange of the US Department of Agriculture.

These buildings should resist different forces from wind, snow, an earthquake. It is also important for a pole barn to adhere to the local building as well as zoning codes. Your local building inspector, a building supplier, engineer, or building contractor helps in determining what is legal and safe in your area.


72) Cobb Lumber Co. Free Barn Plans

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You can download these free plans measuring 51 by 53 feet. This hay barn is structured on 6 inches diameter poles. It is a 32 by 78 feet open machinery shed (w/ enclosed shop area) as well as a 16 by 52 feet open pole-frame. These are great for farm animals or livestock as well as machinery and agricultural supplies.

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Like other pole barn free plans, you can find large structures and these are scaled down up to 50% of the size of the original drawings. It only means that you may have a difficult time to build them directly from these drawings. But, these drawings are specifically packed with very good construction details. They have great ideas you can use. For larger buildings like these, you will need a construction engineer or architect in your area for drawing plans that can meet your needs and code requirements, standing up to your area’s weather conditions.



We hope that you enjoyed reading and watching these Pole Barn DIY Plans obtained from different sources. You are now more confident to build yours with the information you have learned today whether you want to build one for your livestock or to store your equipment. We hope you have enjoyed reading these pole barn plans so you can build your own in the future with full confidence. Enjoy your next pole barn project!

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