The barn on the farm is quite old. It's a dairy barn since the horses live outside 24/7. There is one stall.
It was actually moved from further back the property to it's current location. In the mow there is a pulley system for lifting hay way back before balers were invented and hay had to be lifted up by the load into the loft.
Now birds enjoy the loft and some cats. Round bales cannot fit up there.
If you read why barns are red it explains a lot.
This is the old horse barn on the local homestead. John R.Park has a lot of old historic barns on the property but this was the only one used for horses minus the blacksmith shop where shoes would have been made and other metal things.
I would upload some more recent but my internet has been less than favorable. It took me over an hour to load these pictures because it kept timing out. What I wouldn't do for a reliable, working internet connection. Can't say I didn't try.