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FARM BUILDINGS

exhibition number: Agriculture 29

Farm buildings often consisted of one long house with humans at one end and animals at the other (ty dau ben) . As farms became larger, the animals were separated, and were often housed in a building at right-angles to the farm house. Finally, a third set of buildings for storage was often built on a third side of a central farm yard, providing an enclosed sheltered space.

WILIAM, E., (1986), HISTORICAL FARM BUILDINGS OF WALES

Wiliam, E., (1973), 'Adeiladu Fferm Traddodiadol yng Nghymru', Bulleting of the National Museum of Wales, 15

AGRICULTURE INDEX

FARM YARD

FARMS