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AGRICULTURE

Productive and durable farm sheds are more than just a shed. To get the most from your investment, you need a farm shed that has been individually designed and manufactured to suit your operational needs.

  • Spanlift has been heavily focused on the agricultural industry for many years. We have worked with our customers to produce steel farm sheds that work for you, under hardy Australian conditions.
  • We always consider corrosion control, hence our columns and trusses are fully hot dipped galvanized. We make them to last.

Browse the different sections of our website below to find information specific to your farming and agriculture needs.

At Spanlift, we recognize that when it comes to storing hay, protection of your hay is of utmost importance.

Spanlift machinery sheds provide a protected, dry haven for farm machinery. We have built literally hundreds of farm machinery sheds.

A yard cover will protect you and your animals from the elements, whether it is sun or rain.

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Standard cost effective Hay Shed plans including hay bale storage capacity

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There are many types of workshops, and you need one tailored to your operational needs.

When building a feedlot, attention needs to be given to numerous aspects including heat, light, corrosion, ventilation, acoustics, cattle flow and accessibility with heavy equipment and maintenance arrangements.

Dairy Industry buildings including Rotary Dairies, Calf Sheds, Loafing Barns, Free Stall Barns, Compost Barns as well as all the Workshops, Hay Sheds, Machinery Sheds and Chemical Sheds

Buildings for the equine industry need to consider things like natural daylight, ventilation, equipment storage, avoiding trip hazards and much more. Above all, quality shedding is a must.

Buildings for the produce industry need to consider things like machinery access, ventilation, product separation, door types, loading facilities, vermin control and much more. Above all, quality shedding is a must for quality produce.

Buildings for bulk storage need to consider things like loading on walls, machinery access, ventilation, light ingress, dust control, vermin control and much more. Above all they need to be tough.

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