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    Default Finally completed state of the art tractor barn, with pics

    I was actually able to keep the price surprisingly low, or at least a lot lower than you might imagine. The local AG university really helped a lot
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    Default Re: Finally completed state of the art tractor barn, with pics

    I wish I had done that instead of the metal carport. Then saved up for something bigger. JC
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    Default Re: Finally completed state of the art tractor barn, with pics

    Yes, and for all of 79 bucks.

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    Default Re: Finally completed state of the art tractor barn, with pics

    Where did you get that for $79 may I ask? Looks well worth it if it'll hold against wind and snow.
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    Default Re: Finally completed state of the art tractor barn, with pics

    Canadian Tire reg 149 bucks. No its not guaranteed for any weather.

    Warnings all over box, high winds snow, heavy rain we are not responsible for.

    the fram seems pretty good, and the tarp is pretty solid, I will just push the snow off with large poll etc.


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    Default Re: Finally completed state of the art tractor barn, with pics

    hmm. I'll be up in montreal in a week or so, might keep an eye out for a canadian tire.

    I'll be the first person on this site buying in Canada and shipping to US!
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    Too many other random attachments to list (or to own, per my wife) and a really bad tool addiction. But at least I haven't bought a dump truck or bulldozer. Yet.

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    Default Re: Finally completed state of the art tractor barn, with pics

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlesaf3
    hmm. I'll be up in montreal in a week or so, might keep an eye out for a canadian tire.

    I'll be the first person on this site buying in Canada and shipping to US!
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    here`s the web site it`s an American company, made in Watertown CT USA

    they have ones from hundred bucks to 3500 bucks

    ShelterLogic - Home probably have same type deal in your area...check her out

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    Default Re: Finally completed state of the art tractor barn, with pics

    Where's the barn? Did I miss it somewhere in the pictures?

    Seriously, great job. Mine is similar but costed $169 instead, 10'x20' has sides and back, and a zip up door in the front.
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    Default Re: Finally completed state of the art tractor barn, with pics

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred Deere
    I was actually able to keep the price surprisingly low, or at least a lot lower than you might imagine. The local AG university really helped a lot
    Fred,

    I like the barn, but suspect that it will take that entire pile of wood to heat it this winter. Dyer, retired

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    Default Re: Finally completed state of the art tractor barn, with pics

    Thanks guys

    Yes would have liked the sides etc, but I got it for the price. Things are a lot cheaper in the states still I think.

    I will chop some more firewood in the morning

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