Quaker Animal Shelters

Quaker Animal Shelter for sale in Montana

8′ x 12′  starts as low as

$ 4,369.65

Rent-to-own starting at

$ 182.07 a month

A-Frame Garage Storage Shed for sale in Montana

The Quaker Animal Shelter is an upgraded version of our standard livestock building

The Quaker Animal Shelter is a durable and highly customizable model, distinguished by its unique Quaker roof style, which adds to the overall aesthetic appeal of your property. You also have the option to include a tack room in this model, offering convenient storage space for your tools, riding equipment, and animal feed. This model ensures perfect protection for your animals against all weather conditions

Standard Features

Flooring

  • Floorless

Side Walls

  • Metal Trim
  • 4′ high 5/8 CDX Plywood Kick boards with chew guard
  • Opening up to 20′ long (1x)
  • Openings over 20′ long (2x)
  • 7’6″ Back wall height approx.
  • 9’6″ Front wall height approx.
  • Optional tack rooms are available.

Roofing

  • Quaker style roof
  • 2×4 Rafters 16″ O/C
  • 2×6 rafters in 12′ and 14′ wide
  • Single pitch roof

Have the Freedom to Build Your Own Run-In Shed

Did you know you can create and customize a 3D model of the run-in shed you want to purchase? Go to our “Start Designing Now” page and build your own simple horse shelter.

Pick A Size

We offer a wide selection of sizes which allows you to pick the perfect-sized run-in shed for your backyard or farm. 

SELECT COLOR

Select any color and material for the interior and exterior walls, and the roof of your simple horse shelter.

DOORS & WINDOWS

Windows come in sizes from 14×21 to 24×36 with aluminum, vinyl, and wood material options. Single, Dutch, double, and roll-up doors can be manufactured from fiberglass steel or wood materials and come in various sizes.

quaker shelter Delivery

We offer secure and complimentary 50-mile shipping with any building that is custom or from inventory at our over 50 locations in six Northwestern states, including Montana, Idaho, Nebraska, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.