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Simple shed construction


, : Simple shed construction. Technique Agricole 49(12): 15-19

Round wood and rigid frame construction techniques for machinery sheds which are open on one long side are outlined. The round wood method uses straight, freshly cut wood and the rigid frame method permits construction of barns with up to 16 m between supports.

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