Agricultural Steel Buildings

Steel Barn Building Kits

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Ranchers, farmers, dairy producers and cooperatives – We have your steel building solution.

Great Western is the leading provider of high-quality agricultural steel buildings and livestock housing for farms and ranches. Our team of experts will work with you to design and build the perfect solution for your unique needs. From small backyard barns to large commercial structures, we have the skills and resources to handle any project.

Folks in the agricultural industries need versatile, affordable, and most importantly, durable buildings.

Our agricultural steel buildings feature clear span framing, providing column-free interiors that maximize space. Steel construction is the ideal solution for modern agricultural operations, offering durability, low maintenance, and affordability. Whether we’re designing your barn, hay storage building, or a building to house your machines and equipment, our goal is to provide you with a structure that is easy to erect and affordable.

Trust Great Western to build the exceptional steel building you need for your agricultural operations.

30 x 50 Western

30 x 50 Gambrel

30 x 50 Gable

Why Choose Great Western?

At Great Western, our experts work with you to ensure you get the steel barn kit that meets your specific needs. We take the time to understand how you plan to use your new barn and research the specific requirements for your location, including snow load, wind load, and insulation. Our team never takes shortcuts in the sales and design process.

We offer a variety of door options in various styles and sizes to add ease of access and enhance the versatility of your steel barn kit. Custom features and layouts are available and can fit into even the strictest of budgets. Steel buildings from Great Western are designed to easily accommodate unique features without the added expense of conventional construction. Trust Great Western Buildings to deliver a cost-effective steel barn kit that exceeds your expectations.

Agricultural Steel Building Value

  •  Machine and Equipment Storage
  •  Commodity and Hay Storage
  •  Livestock Shelter and Barns
  •  Dairy and Feed Facilities
  •  General Purpose Out Buildings

GWB Engineering Advantage

  • The Most Current and Intimate Knowledge of the IBC Codes for Every Region
  • Experience Designing Buildings in All Regions, in All Climates
  • The Ability to Work Within Your Budget
  • Creativity!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is a full concrete floor required for my building?

Absolutely not! Many steel building for Agricultural use and machine shed storage are built without a concrete floor. All that is required is a proper foundation where the building columns attach to the anchor bolts. Dirt, Gravel or Asphalt floors can always have a floating slab installed in the future.

What kind of ventilation is available for my building?

We can provide your steel building with many different venting options. We supply several types of ridge vents in a variety of optional colors. Vents come operable with dampers or without dampers. We also supply louvers both operable and non-operable, with and without fans, circular vents and cupolas. Visit our components page for more details.

Slider Door vs. Garage Door, which is better?

We are firm believers that overhead sectional doors are the superior option for nearly every application. These doors are easy to install, cost effective, require minimum maintenance and look great. Our sectional doors ship vendor direct and can be installed with vertical or high lift tracks and can even follow the roof pitch if clearance is a concern. Best of all, you don’t have to worry about dirt, rocks and ice building up in the track like you do with a slider.

What is the difference between flush and bypass wall girts?

Bypass wall girts run on the outside flange of the primary building columns. A flush system has the outside flange of the girt in-line with the outside flange. Because a flush girt terminates at the web of the building column they do not gain the strength of the overlap that is part of the bypass system. This is why a flush girt system is typically heavier and slightly more expensive than the stronger and more efficient bypass system. Roof purlins may also be run in a bypass or flush configuration.

Design Your Custom Building

Great Western’s custom design tool allows you to design, customize, and price the best metal building for your needs. You can also share and print your designs or save them and modify them later.