No. 1 The Freeman Barns
Barn Type : English, Gambrel barns and Joined barns
Built about: 1870
Dairy farm and honey production (220 swarms). Original yellow paint later replaced with red paint.
Note: milk house, original wooden silo with Perry Freeman on top.
Built about: 1936
This barn was joined to the original English barn to increase the size of the dairy operation. Milked up to 40 Holstein cows.
The Freeman family was the first and only family to farm this land. Beginning with 40 acres at the beginning of the 19th
Century the family increased the size of the farm to today’s 400 acres