Red Barns In Winter
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Why do red barns dot the country side? By the late 1700's farmers started to paint their barns with a mixture of skimmed milk, lime and red iron oxide created a rusty-color. This was cheap, lasted longer, and farmers found it kept their barns warmer.
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March 2nd, 2019
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