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Timber-framed barns become endangered species as old lumber finds new use

6:29 PM, Aug. 3, 2013
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The decision to tear down the barn wasn't an easy one for Ann and Jerry Ohde.

At one time, it was gleaming white, and an important center of the life that Ann had built with her first husband, Nick Zoborowski. They cared for and milked herds of dairy cows in that barn. Their five children worked and played in that building alongside them.

"The kids had lots of memories of the barn," said Ann, who is 71 now and retired from farming. ...

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