Hoop buildings offer versatile solutions for a range of agricultural needs. Whether you require equipment storage, hay protection, livestock shelter, or even a space for calving and plant propagation, these structures provide a covered and controlled environment to suit various purposes. Listed below are a few of the ways you can make the most of a hoop building.
1. Equipment Storage & Workshop
Works great for equipment storage and as a workshop or equipment maintenance area, offering a covered space for repairs and other tasks. Protecting your equipment from environmental-related damage extends the life of your machines – reducing money spent on repairs and up-keep while maintaining your investment’s value for a more pro table resale. QuickCover buildings are designed with your needs in mind. Heat welded seams allow for maximum water protection, preventing rust damage. Our QuickCover buildings are made from UV resistant and fire retardant (optional) materials to ensure long life and maximum durability against the elements. We have several sizes, styles and installation options, insuring that you can choose a structure that will meet your needs.
2. Hay, Feed, and Fertilizer Protection
Hoop buildings can be used to store baled hay, feed, or fertilizer, protecting it from the elements. Store your feed in a QuickCover building that’s a fraction of the cost of traditional buildings, maintains moisture levels, requires minimal maintenance and offers excellent energy efficiency. With 15-year warranties on the fabric and frame, the QuickCover buildings are virtually maintenance free. Your livestock deserves to feed on healthy hay and you deserve to make the most profit possible from your hay crop.
3. Large Livestock Shelter
Use it as a shelter for beef cattle, horses, or other large livestock. Creating an ideal living environment for your livestock is a key element in raising healthier animals. QuickCover buildings allow you to do just that and at an affordable price. Not only are they affordable to install, they are affordable to maintain. Natural light fills the building during the day through the translucent fabric eliminating the need for expensive artificial lighting. You can also expect optimal airflow and ventilation creating a comfortable, fresh-air living environment. With 15-year warranties on the fabric and frame, the QuickCover buildings are virtually maintenance free. You deserve to make the most profit possible from your livestock.
4. Calving and Birthing
Hoop buildings can be used as maternity pens for calving cows. The controlled environment offers a safe and comfortable space for newborn calves and their mothers.
5. Wintering Facilities
In colder climates, hoop buildings can be used as wintering facilities where cattle can be kept during the winter months. This helps conserve energy and allows farmers to manage feeding and care more efficiently. QuickCover buildings can also be installed to keep your salt and sand supplies dry for years to come. They are low maintenance, durable, energy efficient, and 20-40% less expensive than conventional buildings. With sizes ranging from 30′ to 100′ wide, there is a building that meets all of your needs!
6. Nursery and Plant Propagation
Transform your hoop building into a greenhouse for growing plant starts, seedlings, or transplants, providing a protected environment for healthy growth.
7. Poultry and Small Livestock Housing
Hoop buildings can provide shelter for poultry, goats, sheep, pigs, or other small livestock. Natural light fills the building during the day through the translucent fabric eliminating the need for expensive artificial lighting. You can also expect optimal airflow and ventilation creating a comfortable, fresh-air living environment.