cow barn

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Noun1.cow barn - a barn for cowscow barn - a barn for cows      
barn - an outlying farm building for storing grain or animal feed and housing farm animals
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He had a telephone in his cow house, and he could figure up exactly what effect next year's Canada wheat crop would have on potatoes planted in the dark of the moon.
The probe found animals from his cow house were possibly herded out for their meat as well, as he also offered a calf for its beef.
My grandmother would send him with a jug every day to the Copeland Street cow house.
A shed is being used as a hay store and could be used for livestock while a cow house might be used for stabling.
Today we can see Moseley Hall, its Dovecote and Cow House, The Park and Ice House from the eighteenth century and the impact of industrialisation and the railways in the in surviving large houses such as Highbury, home of the Chamberlains, and Highfield, where John Avins lived.
5 miles in Cow House Creek, Texas, during a physical training challenge, lead by Command Sgt.
De Sousa partners Choose The Moment for Eve Johnson Houghton in the Cow House Bank Maiden Auction Stakes.
The outbuildings include a splendid traditional barn built mainly in stone and incorporating the original calves' cot, a two-bay hay barn and the old cow house with original stalls.
When Richie was a little chap in the late fifties, local shopkeeper Tommy Hogan decided to bring Hollywood to Garryhill by converting his old disused cow house into a cinema.
Permission is being sought to convert a redundant stonebuilt barn and cow house at Caer Wigau Uchaf Farm, Pendoylan, to provide a new two-bedroom home.
North of the house, set round a courtyard, is an L-shaped collection of brick built calves cots, cow house, stable, feed store and loft.
There's also a stone barn which could be converted, subject to planning permission and an old, roofless cow house.