Originally published in the 1890s, this classic book takes "the intending builder on a tour of inspection among a large number of barns, stable, pens, etc., that have been erected and are used by successful farmers and stock-breeders in various parts of the country (the U.S.), from New York to Nebraska."
The facility with which the various plans presented may be modified or combined so as to meet the needs and the circumstances of any farmers and stock-raisers, whether they are rich or poor, or whether their operations will be conducted on a large or small scale.
All the plans and designs are accompanied by suggestions as to their constructions, which helps the intending builder examine them thoroughly and perhaps find something adapted to his needs and circumstances.
- Farm Barns: General Remarks, Plans
- Cattle Barns: General Remarks, Plans
- Horse Barns: General Remarks, Plans
- Sheep Barns, Yards, Corrals, Feeding Racks, etc
- Swine Barns, Pens, and Devices
- Silos and Ensilage
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