News and articles about barns
The Indiana Barn Foundation’s annual tour will feature the Circus Hall of Fame and six heritage barns this year. Guests can admire and learn about each barn on the self-guided tour.
From rolling lavender fields in the north to watermelon farms in the south, AgriNews has taken me on a journey with the most beautiful views.
Whether due to damage or simply aging, most farm buildings eventually require repairs. Spring is a popular time of year when farmers want to fix up or enhance their structures.
A new sow complex is now under construction featuring the first prefabricated steel swine barns in the United States.
Nearly two dozen farm animals were killed in a barn fire in Marengo, according to the Marengo Fire & Rescue Districts.
The sight of a barn going up in the heart of Amish country in Douglas County is an exciting step for the future of the Illinois Amish Heritage Center.
SenesTech Inc., the rodent fertility control experts and the developers of ContraPest, reported continued growth and success controlling rat populations in both agricultural and urban settings.
A passing driver reported a fire west of Woodstock that left a barn and its contents a “complete loss,” the Woodstock Fire/Rescue District said.
Lincoln Slagel enjoys doing research and when his college roommate introduced him to craft beer, he looked deeper into it.
For most brides, their dream wedding includes decorating the space where they will say their vows, putting their own stamp on the venue with flowers and decorations in their wedding colors.
A historic barn that once housed elephants and tigers from well-known circuses and now is home to the International Circus Hall of Fame museum is in need of emergency repairs.
The deadline to apply for 2022 Indiana Barn Foundation Preservation Grant is Jan. 31. Indiana barn owners can apply for a matching grant up to $2,500 to complete repairs on their historic barns.
There’s a good reason your grandpa’s hog barn wasn’t built close to the homestead, or why a line of evergreen trees was planted on the border of the family farm.
If farms could talk, Maplelawn Farmstead would have a long, colorful story to tell. The farm has roots dating back to 1835, when it was established by John and Jane Wolf.
Gov. Eric Holcomb declared Sept. 20-26 as the first-ever Hoosier Heritage Barn Week. The week will be a time to celebrate heritage barns throughout the state and to discover additional ways to respect and preserve them.