10. The old hay barn works fine — for feeding loose hay to draft horses.
9. You’d like to scrap the old combine but it’s holding up the back corner of the machine shed roof.
8. The machine shed doors are not only too short and too narrow, the license plate patches have rusted through.
7. You have to drag everything out of the machine shed to get to the implement you need.
6. When it rains, you carry an umbrella while working in the shop.
5. Since you can’t get parts for your 2-row ear corn picker, you may have to invest in bins with solid sides.
4. Legend has it that Great-Grandpa’s ‘27 Packard is in that barn somewhere.
3. It’ll be worth something to add “been shedded” to your used equipment classified ads.
2. The experiment to use the barn’s original hay pulley system to get big round bales into the loft resulted in a flattened pickup.
1. The hedge row is getting crowded.