A Monoslope Floor Plan for Every Head Count
One of the biggest questions you’ll face when bringing your cattle under roof is: how big should my beef barn be? If you have plans for growth and legacy, then finding a cattle confinement building that offers expandability or multi-use functionality – as well as affordability – is vital. Summit Beef Barns provide floor plan layouts to meet your current and growing feedlot objectives. That includes options like manure storage for manure management and products for a total beef barn solution.
Each cattle barn option below offers three floor plan layouts, so be sure to visit the head count page that meets your needs and discover their many advantages.
Protect your cattle from the harsh elements for improved feed efficiency and profit potential. The affordable and expandable Summit 160-Head Barn is a great way for producers to begin indoor feeding for smaller herds. Check out these floor plans to find the perfect fit for your cattle.
More than beef barn plans
Maybe you’ve checked out the Summit floor plans and are now wondering how a Summit monoslope beef barn stacks up against other options, like hoop barns. Well, we have a few reasons to share – beyond the many benefits of monoslope floor plans – about why monosolope is superior.