38' x 26' Barn / Grainery near Yankton, SD

by Bob Koletzky
(Yankton, SD)

picture of cupola

picture of cupola

picture of cupola
south side of barn (painted)
main interior beams
grain elevator

This is an Barn / Grainery

It has an ear corn bin on each side

est built early 1900's

38' long x 26' wide

Main beams are 2" x 12" spaced one foot apart. Beams are sawed.

Douglas fir wood

10' alley way in center for grain wagons to dump grain into a
small pit then an elevator takes product up to the cupola and dumps into a number of bins (5 plus)

ear corn storage on each side of Grainery is approx. 8' wide by
30' long.

Then then are two separate 8' x 8' storage bins on each side.

Email [email protected]

UPDATE: new offer; take down and remove, for free. lots of good lumber.

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Jan 19, 2017
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Take down NEW
by: Stephen Zampieri

I would love to come up and take the barn down for you if you would let me? I live in Denver and have a small remodeling business. I would love to have the wood as I build stuff and sell to support my moms orphanage in Tete, Mozambique. I actually just paid to fly her home to meet her grandson in may and need to pay myself back by using the wood. Please let me know. Thank you so much!
Stephen Zampieri 251-209-6036

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