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Three grain Silos converted into home   https://www.facebook.com/diygardeningbetterliving/photos/a.186864734820945.1073741828.186857668154985/381681578672592/?type=1

Three grain Silos converted into home https://www.facebook.com/diygardeningbetterliving/photos/a.186864734820945.1073741828.186857668154985/381681578672592/?type=1

Watercolor Painting Barn with silo, original and not framed. 15"x11" Q – Tamm's Marketplace

Watercolor Painting Barn with silo, original and not framed. 15"x11" QWA003

Watercolor Painting Barn with silo, original and not framed. 15"x11" Q – Tamm's Marketplace

@Overstock.com - Kathy Yates 'Old White Barn' Gallery-Wrapped Canvas - Artist: Kathy YatesTitle: Old White BarnProduct type: Gallery-wrapped canvas  http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/Kathy-Yates-Old-White-Barn-Gallery-Wrapped-Canvas/8021730/product.html?CID=214117 $65.99

Kathy Yates 'Old White Barn' Gallery-Wrapped Canvas by ArtWall

@Overstock.com - Kathy Yates 'Old White Barn' Gallery-Wrapped Canvas - Artist: Kathy YatesTitle: Old White BarnProduct type: Gallery-wrapped canvas http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/Kathy-Yates-Old-White-Barn-Gallery-Wrapped-Canvas/8021730/product.html?CID=214117 $65.99

Round Barns (1890s to 1910s) Although fewer farmers built round barns than other types, the distinctive shape makes it noteworthy. Like a late bank barn, this design takes advantage of gravity to move hay from the loft down to the cow stable and manure to the basement. Often a silo rises through the center. The design was meant to save labor, with all cows facing into a central feeding point, and for a time was promoted by agricultural colleges as a progressive way to house dairy cattle.

Round Barns (1890s to 1910s) Although fewer farmers built round barns than other types, the distinctive shape makes it noteworthy. Like a late bank barn, this design takes advantage of gravity to move hay from the loft down to the cow stable and manure to the basement. Often a silo rises through the center. The design was meant to save labor, with all cows facing into a central feeding point, and for a time was promoted by agricultural colleges as a progressive way to house dairy cattle.

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