The stalls are made of reclaimed lumber from pallets and some cull pieces from the lumber yard. The only things we had to purchase for making them were a couple 2x4's and 6- 2x6x12's from the lumber yard for support rails.
Notice the milk stand that we made out of the pallets also. I prefer to milk the goats while standing it is much better for my bad back so when we made this we kept that in mind. We also made a ramp that folds up to save space if needed. When disassembling pallets do not pull them apart. Use a sawzall with a fine blade for cutting through the nails and pre-drill each board before screwing them into place to avoid cracking. It is a little tedious but makes all the difference.
For the turkey pen we used pallet wood and 4- 1x4x10's so that we could enclose the whole thing to protect the babies from the raccoons and weasels...the chicken wire was left here by the previous owner so that was a freebie also...The roost was made from a clothes rack that was being thrown away at the local flea-market. Old closet rod brackets screwed in to the walls are great to hold bird waterers and the kick plate at the bottom helps keep in the shaving. (Note: The bottom sill does not sit on the floor but an inch or so above to let water flow out into the gutter for easy cleaning)
The slide up doors are very convenient for letting the animals in and out without having to go into the barn to do so. We repaired most of them with the press board that was screwed to the bottom of the pallets and cut them to size. Most of the outdoor channel slides were repaired with pallet boards also.