CERTIFICATE BUREAU VERITAS ISO 9001 CERTIFICATE EN 1090 CERTIFICATE EN 1090

Agricultural buildings

Most agricultural buildings and structures are similar, but may have different in terms of functionality or technological and geometric characteristics, and may have different space-planning solutions. Usually, they only have one floor and no crane equipment.

In terms of their purpose, agricultural buildings and structures can be divided into several basic types:

  • Cattle breeding facilities (cattle housing): cow sheds, calf sheds, calf feeding houses, pig farms, stables and horse farms, sheepfold sheds, and rabbit sheds.
  • Poultry facilities: poultry farms, hatcheries for chicken breeding and feeding, duck farms, turkey houses etc.
  • Warehousing facilities (for storing various agricultural products): grain warehouses, freezers, and vegetable, seed, and grain storage facilities.
  • Auxiliary facilities: veterinary laboratories, isolators and quarantine buildings, veterinary and sanitary facilities, facilities for agricultural equipment repair and maintenance, garages, and workshops.
  • Agricultural products processing and handling facilities: feed mills, grain drying complexes as well as vegetable dehydrating and milk processing facilities.