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Antique Farming takes a look at the Dairy Barn

The rate, at which barns are disappearing, is nothing short of alarming. Visit part one of the two part story documenting the process that rescued a Wisconsin barn from the fate that has removed so many barns from our rural landscape.
Barn Restoration Part 1
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Dairy Barn

During the turn of the century most barns could be classified as "general purpose" As more rigid milk inspection requirements were put in place around many cities, the dairy herd was required to be in a building apart from hogs, calves, horses, or sheep. This spelled the end of the general purpose type barn.
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Anecdotal information suggests that Wisconsin is losing over 400 of the wooden barns that characterize the landscape each year, but to date there has been no detailed comprehensive inventory. Source: State Historical Society of Wisconsin  

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