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Collection: Tyden Farms Collection
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011. Hog House
The hog house on Tyden farm no. 6 is also framed with wood and is covered with horizontal drop siding.
012. Machine Shed
The machine shed on Tyden farm no. 6 was built in 1936.
013. Water Tower
This waster tower was originally built around 1920
014. Wooden Hen House built in 1940
The hen house is wood-framed and covered with horizontal drop siding. It is located on Tyden farm No. 6.
015. Concrete corn crib and feed shed
This photograph shows a double bin, concrete block corn crib and a rock-face concrete block feed shed, both built in 1936. The corn crib stands 50 feet high and 150 feet around. Built to hold unshelled ear corn, the crib has six overhead bins, two…
016. Brick Garage at Tyden Farm #6
The garage was built in 1936 using clay blocks. It was also used as a repair shop.
017. Hay Bale Carrier and Lift with Pulley
This hay lift carrier is attached to a pulley that lifts the hay into a barn through a door at the top of the barn leading to a hay loft where the hay is stored.
018. Antique Iron Hay Bale Lifter
This hay bale lifter was used for lifting and moving hay bales up high in the hay mow of the barn
019. Hay Rake
Hay rakes were used to pick up loose hay after baling. This antique hay rake is housed in the agricultural museum at Tyden farm no. 6
020. Antique Iron Hay Claw
This iron claw is another device that uses a pulley to load hay into a hayloft from a wagon.