Originally Posted by Saddlebag
You ain't heard nuttin until standing under a steel roof during a hail storm. It was coming down hard and hitting with a deafening roar. The horses ran out. If we can't stand it I wonder what it does to them?
Not to be argumentative, but we have a steel roof on our barn, not insulated, and it doesn't bother the horses one bit.
Horses have become accustomed to the sounds of battle, steam engine locomotives, rifles, and all sorts of loud, uncomfortable noises. It's not the end of the world
Might even help with the desensitizing process