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Utilize an old corn crib for more than just drying and storing corn.
Utilize an old corn crib for more than just drying and storing corn.
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Take a look at these breath-taking photos of Peace Ranch in Colorado! Does this look like your dream home?
Take a look at these breath-taking photos of Peace Ranch in Colorado! Does this look like your dream home?
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Looking to build a home in the countryside? See if the barn home style is for you!
Looking to build a home in the countryside? See if the barn home style is for you!
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Whether you use them as potting sheds or guest houses, miniature structures are a great feature for any acreage!
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This artist and builder brings childhood fantasies to life with her hand-designed, backyard playhouses for all to enjoy.
This builder brings childhood fantasies to life with her elaborate backyard play structures, and new wheelchair accessibility project.
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Learn about the advantages and energy efficiency of timber frame buildings.
Learn about the advantages and energy efficiency of timber frame buildings.
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Extend your growing season with this easy-to-build greenhouse.
If you yearn for a longer growing season, you don’t have to pack up and head south: you can simply head to your nearest home center and pick up materials to build this hoop greenhouse. It...
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You may look at the curved design of this chicken ark and ask, “Why should I spend two or three hours behind a jigsaw when I could build some-thing simpler and squarer?” There are three good...
Since the ark is mobile (it’s a four-person job), you can move your poultry to fresh pastures as needed. Your yard or pasture, in turn, will reap the benefits of the natural fertilizer left...
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These creative chicken coops, meant to house four hens, were designed by students in the architecture program at Iowa State University.
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These creative chicken coops, meant to house four hens, were designed by students in the architecture program at Iowa State University.

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