Moore Round Barn

Moore Round Barn (HM2ICJ)

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N 44° 20.581', W 72° 2.604'

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Local builder Fred "Silo" Quimby built this round barn, considered a great curiosity, in 1900 for farmer James R. Moore. Popularized by Midwest agricultural colleges in the 1890s, round barns were considered more economical to build and more efficient to operate than traditional rectangular barns. The central silo and top floor were used for hay storage, accessed by a covered high drive. With space for about 20 cows on the second-floor milking parlor, the circular layout allowed for a head stanchion where they could be fed from the silo and milked at the wider end of the triangular stall. A removable plank at the back of each stall allowed manure to be shoveled to the lower level, where it was collected to fertilize the pastures.
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HM NumberHM2ICJ
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Year Placed2017
Placed ByVermont Division for Historical Preservation
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Date Added Tuesday, July 2nd, 2019 at 11:01pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)18T E 735675 N 4914224
Decimal Degrees44.34301667, -72.04340000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 44° 20.581', W 72° 2.604'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds44° 20' 34.86" N, 72° 2' 36.24" W
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