Steel Cattle and Dairy Building: Split Face Block Walls

B & D Dairy consists of two livestock buildings and a rotary milking parlor with a milk room, mechanical room and offices. The exterior features split face block walls with long span roof, multiple framed openings, a loading area, and a holding area.

A privately owned company, B & D Dairy uses 7,000 acres of land to produce corn silage and alfalfa for their 7,500 animals. They ensure all animals are given the best nutrition, and with this new facility, a comfortable environment in which to be milked and housed.

  • Location: Pound, WI
  • Size: 11,448 sf
  • Wall System: Split face block
  • Roof System: Long Span III
  • End Use: Rotary milking parlor, livestock shelter

  • Builder: Keller, Inc.
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