Wood products used in constructing farm buildings in the United States, 1958-1975
William H. Reid, David C. Baumgartner, Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.), United States. Forest Service
Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, 1977 - Architecture - 37 pages
Estimates are presented of the amounts of lumber, poles, and plywood used in farm buildings in the U.S. during three agricultural census periods and extended to 1975. Amounts of products used are stratified by nine building types and four structural frame types. (Author).
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amount of lumber area and number area in farm barns Pole Lumber board feet board lumber building and frame building construction increased building in farm BUILDING TYPE Figure censuses of agriculture CM rH CN rH constructed during survey construction per square construction value decreased farm building construction farm building construction—l960 farm service building Floor area Buildings foot of floor frame type Survey General-purpose barns Pole H rH Hog houses Pole houses Pole Lumber l,000 of construction l960 survey l970 censuses Metal Other Total million square feet number of buildings OJ TJ percent periods Farm building periods—continued Farm building Pole Lumber Metal Poultry houses Pole put in place rH CM rH CN rH OJ service building construction square foot Storage grain Storage machinery survey periods Farm Survey periods frame Survey periods l958-60 survey periods—continued Farm Table 7.—Poles TJ CJ type Survey periods wood products