24×30 Dairy Barn Plans

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These 24×30 Dairy Barn Plans are great for the small farm or homestead that has a few goats or a cow or two to milk. There is room in the loft for hay storage, and room for 3 10×10 stalls in the lean-to.

Take a moment to picture this dairy barn sitting on your property. Rooster’s crowing, goats bleeting, and the sweet smell of freshly cut hay.

Or perhaps you prefer the smell of oil? These dairy barn plans have space for parking an old pickup or boat. Tools can be stored in a safe, waterproof place and the loft is perfect for storing extra building materials and tools.

Imagine the barn cleaned, swept, and lit up with fairy lights or lanterns, perfect for your barn wedding. Imagine reducing to a half loft, perfect for a lounge or overhead views from a photographer to capture every angle of your event.

No matter your plans for the future our dairy barn plans can help you reach those goals.

There are 4 bents and 3 bays on this dairy barn plan. There is 14′ of clear span There is lots of room to work 1140 square feet including the loft and it will only take up 720 square feet of space on your property.

When you order these plans you get a complete cut list so that you know exactly what sizes of lumber you need to build your new barn!

Below are some previews of the plans. They are a low-resolution version of what you will get in the barn plans library.

Interested in something a little bigger? Check out the other plans in the barn plans library to find a barn that will suit your needs.

Want to see more? Check out our facebook group to see finished barns and barns in progress!

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Solid Steel Plate Timber Brackets

We have put together all the hardware you need to build this majestic post and beam barn! All the plates, brackets, and timber screws are there.

Learn more details and how to get your DIY Hardware Kit...

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Hardware Kit for the 24×30 Dairy Barn Plans includes….

8 T plates

8 Plus (+) plates

12 U brackets

125 ct 3/8 x 8″ RSS screws

300 ct 5/16 x 5 1/8″ RSS screws

275 ct 5/16 x 4″ RSS screws

Request a quote by emailing [email protected] with your name, address, and the barn you are interested in.

Hardware Pricing

 

4 hole strap plates

(2 needed for each connection)
$44.99 per piece Bare Steel
$52.99 per piece Powder Coated Black

6 hole strap plates

(2 needed for each connection)
$44.99 per piece Bare Steel
$52.99 per piece Powder Coated Black

T plates

(2 needed for each connection)
$54.99 per piece Bare Steel
$62.99 per piece Powder Coated Black

Plus plates

(2 needed for each connection)
$64.99 per piece Bare Steel
$72.99 per piece Powder Coated Black

U brackets
$54.99 per piece Bare Steel
$62.99 per piece Powder Coated Black

2-Stage U brackets
$64.99 per piece Bare Steel
$72.99 per piece Powder Coated Black

*Due to supply chain issues we no longer include bolts/nuts with plates or brackets.  We recommend using local sources, like TSC (tractor supply) or online sources like Bolt Depot.

*shipping is not included

We also offer RSS Screws:
3/8" x 8" RSS (Timbers)
250 ct $349
5/16 x 5 1/8" RSS (Purlins)
250 ct $149
5/16" x 4" RSS (Girts)
250 ct $129

Step 1: Understanding the U Bracket

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