Sunday, September 25, 2011

September 26


This barn is a few miles from my house, and I go by it frequently without paying too much attention to it. This time I noticed it, because of the hay in it. I think they are ready for winter. It doesn't look like you could fit one more thing in it!

I'm linking up to Tricia at Bluff Area Daily for her Barn Charm. Stop over there to see lots of unique barns.

26 comments:

Kathy said...

Your lucky farmers have hay for the winter. Everyone here would love to have a full barn like that because all our haybarns are pretty much empty because of the drought. Farmers are selling their herds because they can't afford to feed them. One of our neighbors just had hay brought in from Arkansas at a price of $75,000, half of which was transportation and it was only about 150 miles away! That's a lot of money to spend for a winter's feed.

Betsy said...

I've never seen a barn full like that! It looks so neat and orderly!

TexWisGirl said...

that is really stacked in there!

Cindy said...

Love it1

Susanna said...

everytime i visit your blog i see again such a great barn!!
i think america has the gratest barns!!

and you have also read 'my book'? For study or are you a nurse?

sara said...

wow, makes me wonder how they got them in there so perfectly!!!

Victoria (Sweden) said...

Nice picture!

LuAnn said...

That is awesome. Never saw anything like that in WI.

Glenda said...

That is one well-stocked, well-stacked barn! Love it!

Rose said...

Looks like a cabinet stuffed full of canned goods...nice capture.

alwaysbackroads said...

I agree with Sara - how did they get them in there! Great photo!

Jimh. said...

Haaaayyyyyyy! Nice! Cool barn.

Beth said...

Very organized--I've not seen anything quite like it here. Beautiful and resourceful. :>)

Tanya said...

they really made good use of space didn't they?!

Lesley said...

I don't know much about hay, but those look huge!

Jan n Jer said...

Looks like they are ready for the winter...lucky animals for sure!

Tricia said...

Definitely packed to the gills... they won't even be able to step foot inside until next Spring! LoL!

Thanks so much for continuing to join Barn Charm & here's to another year =)

Judy said...

They're all ready for winter...Nice barn charm!

Woody said...

Wow, it makes you wonder how they packed all that in there! I love barns!!

Kim, USA said...

Wow how they stack the round hay amazes me. It is so beautiful and I thought it's some kind of a basket and not hay ^_^

Barn Charm

EG Wow said...

It does appear to be packed in with hay bales!

Ruta said...

Great job stacking those bales in there...ready for winter...oh yeah!

Shelly said...

Great picture and you are right! I don't even think a mouse could fit in there!

don said...

A fine barn shot. I wonder how they managed to stack those bales in so compactly - especially that top one in the center which seems to sit above the opening! Fine image.

Laura Delegal - Leroy Photography said...

Love it! I've never seen a barn stuffed that full. :)

Nezzy said...

Nope, looks like those hay bales are packed tighter than sardines in a can! I do love the beautiful photo sweetie!

God bless ya and have a terrific Thursday sweetie!!! :o)