In 1930’s, our grandfather built two barns behind the shop for the mules and horses he used at that time to farm and work his cattle. As the use of these animals fell out practice, the barns decayed over the decades to the dilapidated state we started with in January.
Pigs are not horses, but we wanted this barn to be our focus of operation, where all of our pigs can come take shelter and rest when they are not out roaming the pastures. We set about not only restoring the inside for the pigs, but also reframing, reroofing, and residing the structure to ensure it will last for generations to come (it also looks nice!). Three months later, we think Grandfather would be mighty proud of the final product.