To everything there is a season

As summer slips away and is replaced by autumn with cooler temperatures and colourful foliage, farmers are anticipating the onslaught of frost before all is harvested. This barn was once full of activity with a devoted, hardworking farm family, dairy cows that were not robotically inclined, various oat, barley, corn and soybean seeds and hay stored, and even some machinery. With no generational hand-me-down to take over the farm, it now stands idle awaiting its future demise of disassembly. Carruthers photo

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