I recently used this trailer to bring our pigs in for processing, figured it might be helpful for others to see how it was built. The sides are built up to around 3 feet high with 2x12" rough cut material, pressure treated 4x4's, and half-inch carriage bolts. I also added hog panels to bring the overall height of the walls to over 5 feet.
One of our major objectives was to be able to restore the trailer to its original "equipment hauling" function, meaning the walls need to come off easily. (Why buy multiple trailers...?)
We have been fortunate enough to have a neighbor that was willing to let us expand our backyard homestead operation onto their property. They were concerned about us developing the property and claiming "squatters rights" to it, so they asked that we write up a contract for everyone to sign. The purpose of sharing this document is so that other folks, who are interested in homesteading and sustainable agriculture, can work together and do the same thing while protecting themselves legally.
Note: The information contained herein is for informational purposes only as a service to the public, and is not legal advice or a substitute for legal counsel.
- Mark 3:25