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BARN, estates. A building on a farm used to receive the crop, the stabling of animals, and other purposes.
     2. The grant or demise of a barn, without words superadded to extend its meaning, would pass no more than the barn itself, and as much land as would be necessary for its complete enjoyment. 4 Serg. & Rawle, 342.

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The grainery was still operational at the time so the inside of the BP was continually dusted out.
Siegel joined forces with John Hay in the tea enterprise, and they found a steady buyer for their herb harvests when Green Mountain Grainery opened in 1970.
The grain was hauled from the thresher to the grainery by a team of horses and wagon.