This barn sits unused and uncared for on a piece of land about ten
minutes south of my house. The farmland is still sown but the barn is
forgotten. A relic of simpler days when horse and ox were the only
source of power for plows and carts. Now they use machinery that costs
three quarters of a million dollars to do all the work. Not to mention
spraying fertilizers and pesticides that cost a pretty penny aswell.
And they wonder why they can't make any money farming anymore.
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