Metal Workshop in Fessenden, North Dakota

Agricultural Shop

Metal Building Outlet supplied this metal building in Fessenden, North Dakota.

This workshop building was designed for a family farm. With MBO’s founding family from Montana and North Dakota, we understand sub-zero temperatures and the imperative need for safe, warm, dry-durable buildings. Structure reliability can mean the difference between life and death for cattle, horses, goats and other farm animals. With snow drifts that will cover the complete sides your building and reach the eaves, we guarantee a durable building that will stand tall during adverse weather conditions.

Building Information and Special Features







Roof Pitch


Roof Sheeting

26 Gauge PBR

Wall Sheeting

26 Gauge PBR

Wind Speed

115 MPH

Snow Load

28 PSF


(1) 3070 Walk Door , 20 Gauge, Painted White, Insulated with Lever Lock & (2) 12’x14’ Overhead Doors

When the mercury has dropped and the wind is blowing a gale, everyone would rather be indoors than outside defying the elements, this is also true for livestock and other animals. Farmers and ranchers prioritize the comfort of every animal throughout every season and have developed a repertoire of effective ways to keep them warm during the extreme winters; and MBO is here to help.  We offer insulation options for every metal barn building and we will provide you with an insulation package that is affordable – we will work with you on pricing.

Some states specify minimum housing required for livestock; for the farm or ranch. Whether a certain level of shelter is mandated or not, even animals that are adapted to cold often do better if they can get in out of the wind and precipitation. If a barn is well-insulated and airtight, it is important to allow for ventilation in order to prevent excess moisture buildup inside and keep healthy air circulating. MBO’s provides exhaust fans, vents or metal cupolas with your metal agricultural building, we’ve got you covered!

A small, sparsely populated community located in central North Dakota, Fessenden sits about 14 miles outside Hamberg and about 18 miles northeast of Bowdon.

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