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Farm buildings, machine sheds and agricultural buildings - our ag heritage runs deep.

Agricultural Farm Buildings and Machine Sheds

Building farm buildings was how we got our start back in 1958. Over more than 50 years, we've built many thousands of farm buildings, an experience that has given us a seasoned understanding of what farm producers value in machine sheds and farm shops.

That's why we've led the industry in introducing innovative building components and features for agricultural buildings, which have raised the bar for farm building quality, such as Kynar® paint, stainless steel head screws, Galvalume steel and concrete Perma-Columns.

To facilitate easy flow of equipment in and out of your machine sheds, our agricultural buildings feature big, easy-to-operate, aluminum-framed sliding doors. Insulated overhead doors, bifold doors and hydraulic doors are also popular.

Producers value our decades of experience as farm builders

Under the "skin" of our full-hard, high-yield steel (which resists dings and dents much better than softer commercial-quality steel) is a strong frame of high-grade lumber. The entire system, from roof to foundation, is precisely engineered to ensure your farm building can withstand all necessary loads. And it's built by FBi-employed and -trained crews to ensure all work meets our stringent quality standards.

In fact, the entire process - including sales, design, engineering, project management and construction - is all done by FBi employees who specialize in their respective areas. The results are efficiency and reliability.

To learn more about our farm buildings, download brochures now or contact us to request information and find out why you'll have a better experience buying and owning an FBi!

Additional farm building links

Farm building door choices
A guide to lighting your farm building
An overview of farm building heating choices

Testimonial

"It has been a life-long dream to have a nice shop...
I chose FBi because my number one consideration is quality. "

Bob Suiter, Suiter Farms
Raub, Indiana