We are thinking of replacing a sheep shed floor-over a current concrete floor that's too low. The floor needs to be eight inches higher. We have sheep in the shed, and it works well until we have heavy rain, when it gets soaked from the adjacent pen which is at the same level--
We aren't sure if we should use a wood floor and if it should be pressure treated. The chemicals are said to be "safe" now, but the pressure treated wood costs double--
There are lots of old barn floors that haven't rotted--we'd rather not use the pressure treated if we don't have to--we're open to other ideas too
anyone have experience/advice with this?