Fun Fact: Barns are red because pre-mixed paint wasn’t readily available and farmers discovered that mixing skimmed milk, lime, and red iron oxide created a coating that preserved their wood structures–and with that the American tradition of Red Barns was born. How’s that for a little slice of Americana?
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