The Meier barn is a structure 56 feet in diameter with a frame of wood and a surface sheathed in horizontal wood siding. The ground level of the barn is stone, with the wood walls above. The roof is a double-pitched gambrel type with a metal aerator at the peak. Within is a central silo constructed of wood staves and lined inside with cement.
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Meier's True-Round Barn
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