Our new 60' x 24' pole shed now sits next to our little barn. The shed will store hay for my wife's horses, and give shelter to two green tractors and a bunch of implements. No insulation, road crush gravel floor, and yet to be wired and lighted. We made it tall for the delivery of 160 square bales by a self-unloading truck-load. Equipment
I'm looking for wisdom about lining the interior with another layer - lumber or plywood, if anything?
I'm thinking it would strengthen the walls against accidental damage (hay spears, pallet forks, etc?).
One local suggestion was use horizontal 2x12's screwed to the poles, and make a solid wall up to about 10 feet high. Another was to use horizontal 2x6's, but stagger them to save money.
(I'd also like add some pallet shelves to one wall so I can rack some implements. Eventually I hope to have an actual heated workshop, but that will be few years away.)
Thanks in advance!