This one is wonderful! You should have saved this for Barn Charm. :)It's a very unique shape.
I had to show this one to Hubs. He wondered if it could have been on a dairy farm and maybe the short end was used for calfs. I would so like to know.
I believe it is a chicken house.
Definitely an odd shape. The lower part looks like a chicken coop, but the tall end doesn't seem to match. Interesting, at any rate.
I am going to go with a milking barn but what does this city boy know? Could be for pigs for all that matters.
maybe each horse wanted it's own stall with a view? it is odd.
i thought of pig barn and calves, too. who knows?
That is an interesting looking one...I love that second shot of it.
A fine picture of this unusual barn. I agree with the idea that it may have housed chickens.
very beautiful, unique barn. love your photos, rose.simply gorgeous!
I've never seen one like this. Great find, Rose! I really like the second image with the shutters open and casting shadows.~Lindy
It is a big one isn't it? Lovely that it is surrounded by so much greenery too.
I've seen long, low barns like this that were called a "milking parlor" where the cows were lined up on one or both sides to be milked. The cement floor could be hosed down and the place cleaned out afterwards. They seemed more open than this one, though, so I may be off base. And I'd bet that the taller part of the building on the end is for hay.
That is an interesting barn! Perhaps for pigs?
I am guessing a dairy barn...I love these unique barns...♥
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