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How to Build a Sheep Shelter
I used 4 old fence posts, some lengths of hard wood, pallet wood palings for the sides and corrugated iron off-cuts for the roof.
Cut the 4 corner posts to length.
Assemble the sides, laying flat on the ground.
Drill some pilot holes and attach them
with long batten screws.
I wanted a decent pitch for the roof.
So I made the front posts a foot longer
than the back.
Stood the sides up and joined them to
the front and back beams.
Covered in the sides with pallet wood palings.
Cut the top palings to match the
pitch of the roof.
The back palings run vertical and
once complete, becomes one solid piece.
The back piece is easily removed for transport,
by taking out 8 bugle screws.
The size that I made the shelter was determined by the sizes and lengths of the scraps.
I made the length of the roof, to match the length of 2 of the corrugated iron sheets.
That way I only needed to cut the length and width of one sheet.
Owen made a sheep sign for me,
with the dremel tool.
I painted around the border and in the letters.
Added a fascia to cover the ends of the iron.
We put all the sections on the back of the ute.
And drove it up the front.
Re-assembly is quick.
It comes in 8 separate pieces.
2 sides, a back, 3 sheets of iron, front bean
and the fascia. 9 pieces if you include the sign.
Well that's it. If you want some more
information on this build.
I go into a bit more detail in my video
over on YouTube.
Or feel free to ask me any questions in the comment section of that video
and I will get back to you as quick as I can.
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