A farm building with no foundation and with sides consisting of corrugated steel or aluminum panels supported by poles set in the ground typically at eight-foot intervals.
More example sentences
- ‘If there's a pole barn in our territory, Monroe's Building Department [a Harvest Land division] probably built it,’ Christner says.
- One farmer built a pole barn, bought a seed cleaner and started cleaning seed.
- And he's looking forward to the new pole barn, which will let him store more high-dollar hay and straw.
Definition of pole barn in:
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