A Bank-barn on a WV country farm. It is called a Bank-barn because one end is in a bank so that hay can be driven in on a cart or wagon and stored, and then dumped down through holes in the floor to feed the livestock that is kept in the bottom part of the barn.
The livestock enters in through the doors on the bottom of the barn at the end of the bank where it is lower.
Even on stormy days it works wonderfully…
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