Stable BarnSturdy barn
"Another sometimes used tag is "Wisconsin stylish milk barn". Here "stable with groundfloor access" is used because it defines important characteristics and does not implicate a geographical area.
There are well-lit barn doors with window arrays on each side of the eave. As a rule, they are constructed of material from the twentieth centuries; especially frequent are cliff walls, blocks of hardened clay and baloon frames. The barn, especially the larger ones, reflects the great milk yield and the breaking with tradition.
It is also an answer to the tightened state regulations on milk production, which prescribed, among other things, plenty of lighting, easy-to-clean areas, no dung cellar and airing for cattle. Those barn's all over Pennsylvania. Sturdy stables with ground-level entrance are constructed at floor level.
The entrance to the top barn is through a gate in the top area. The stables can vary greatly in sizes. They are different in terms of dimensions, proportion, materials, interiors and the shape of the top from the former barn in New England. Sturdy stables with multi-storey entrance offer entrance to both the first floor and the second.
Entrance to the top floor is via a bench or platform (eaves or gables ), which often lead to a large toddler hatch that has been specially constructed to accommodate advanced appliances. Contemporary material, compact dimensions and a round rooftop differentiate these barn from previous models such as gabled stables. For these constructions Allen G. Noble uses the name " round rooftop stable ".
But since they are part of the same stable as stables at floor-level and other stalls contain the word "raised" and many different stables can have round rooftops, we have selected the word "stable with multi-storey access".