If your only pulling 1 new circuit, I would probably add at least 2 duplex receptacles. That gives you 4 openings to plug equipment in to. When we pull circuits in on the job, if we are unsure how many openings a customer needs, we might add another circuit or 1-2 extra receptacles. It's way cheaper and easier to do it up front, than later on down the road when walls are finished, and equipment is in the way, etc. Plus any outlets not being used are just for convenience and will not cost you anything as far as KW usage. The down side is you don't want to put too many extra receptacles in a open area where someone could use your dedicated circuit for something they want, such as electric heaters, refrigerators, etc etc, because you now have a high chance of overloading your circuit you are counting on for livestock. Also consider a GFCI breaker, depending on the type you need, you can buy 1 for roughly $35. Not a Arc-Fault, for your situation.