... How about a quonset-hut type barn (steel-span building)? I don t think one woman alone could erect it, but the time needed for hired help would be fairlyMessage 1 of 4 , Dec 14 5:15 AMView SourceOn Sat, 14 Dec 2002 02:06:20 -0600, you wrote:
>Off-hand the pole barn/shed comes to mind. One person can do much of theHow about a quonset-hut type barn (steel-span building)? I
>work alone safely. Building simple jigs as needed can go a long way when
don't think one woman alone could erect it, but the time
needed for hired help would be fairly short.
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... I d take a look at what farmer wrote about his barn (in the archives) not too long ago. Next I d go to the library and check out a couple of books on poleMessage 1 of 4 , Dec 14 5:45 AMView SourceAt 11:08 PM 12/13/02 -0500, Camilla wrote:
>Anyone have any good barn ideas that a 43 year old woman might be able toI'd take a look at what farmer wrote about his barn (in the archives) not
>handle alone or with minimal hired help? I guess I could hire it all out but
>I am stubborn and foolish and have to try to do everything myself..
too long ago. Next I'd go to the library and check out a couple of books on
FWIW, up here pole barns are relatively cheap and they put them up fast. As
a DIY project using store bought trusses, it would be about as easy as
Northern Minnesota, USA