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Our Farm Shed Range
All of our large sheds are custom designed to our clients needs. They’re fabricated in Kyneton, Victoria by local workers and are engineered on a per job basis.
You can get a sense for the range of farm sheds we’ve built and their rough cost estimates below:
Average Cost: $76,345.
Our dairy sheds include rotary milking sheds, loafing barns, covers, calfing sheds and any other dairy shed you might require.
Average Cost: $130,062.
Our grain sheds range significantly in size, from the enormous hundred-metre grain sheds for Riordan near Geelong, to small farm grain sheds that cost less than $75,000.
Average Cost: $60,712.
We’ve built over 300 hay sheds around Australia. Our customers return because of our galvanised frames, our superior strength, and our down to earth communication. We got or start in hay sheds and we love working with farmers.
Average Cost: $74,267.
Protecting your machinery is as important as the machinery itself. We ensure that your shed is purpose built to cover the area you need it to.
Average Cost: $500,000 – $2,000,000
Saleyards are often extremely large, communal buildings. We have built the Hamilton saleyards and the Ballarat saleyards, with more currently in progress.
Average Cost: $59,714.
We have built shearing sheds to accommodate all kinds of internal set ups. With strength, durability and usability our focus, Central Steel Build sheds are perfect for shearing operations.
Average Cost: $67,730.
Covering your livestock is essential to their health and well-being. We’ve built hundreds of yard covers and have detailed experience with a range of livestock, from pigs through to goats.
The 10 Best Horse Films Ever Made
1.The Black Stallion.
This classic, epic film follow a shipwrecked man and a wild stallion that he befriends and eventually races when the two are rescued.
Based on a child’s novel of the same name, most of the scenes were filmed using a champion Arabian named Cass Ole.
A story about a cowboy distance rider racing his mustang against purebred Arabian horses.
Although there has been some controversy about how factual the finer points of the plot are, the film is nevertheless a classic Hollywood action film about a man who has a real bond with his horse.
3. War Horse.
Directed by Steven Spielberg and adapted from a novel, War Horse follows the story of a young man who finds, tames and befriends a horse until they are unwillingly parted. The story then follows the horse as it travels through the war, meeting and leaving an impression on everyone it meets.
The film is long, though, at 2 and a half hours, so that’s something to keep in mind before your commit yourself. The story was also told through a stage play that was well received.
This film centres on the actual racehorse named Seasbiscuit, an undersized thoroughbred that was never expected to have any success in racing.
The story captured the heart of the world during the Great Depression, when stories of underdog success were something the people needed. Decades later, the story remains inspiring, and has become one of the most famous equestrian films ever created.
5. The Horse Whisperer
Directed by and starring the ultimate Hollywood star Robert Redford, this is another timeless classic.
Redford plays the part of a horse trainer with an uncanny ability to understand horses. He is called in to help a teenager (played by Scarlett Johansson) and her horse get back to riding fitness after they suffer a tragic accident.
An animated film starring Matt Damon as a wild mustang, the story is all about a horse that cannot be contained. Although defying the human’s attempts to break him, Spirit is still willing to develop a close friendship with the humans he cares about most.
7. The Silver Brumby.
Filmed in Victoria, Australia and starring Russel Crowe, the film tells the story of Australia’s wild brumbies. When released overseas, the film was renamed The Silver Stallion, as it was believed international audiences wouldn’t recognise the term ‘brumby.’
8. Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken.
A film unlike any other on the list, the story follows a woman who rider diving horses; horse that run up large platforms and jump off them into water. Diving horses were a popular attraction in the 1930s.
The film is based on a memoir by the rider depicted in the film. She lost her eyesight after a riding injury, but continued to ride while blind.
A Disney film about the life and experiences of the thoroughbred racehorse Secretariat. The film’s cast is largely made up of unknown actors and actresses, but the film was very successful on its release.
Based on the classic children’s novel My Friend Flicka, the story had been transformed into a film in 1943, and also into a 39 episode television series in the fifties.
The story has always resonated with young readers and viewers and is one of the original, classic equestrian stories.
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