cow shed

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cow barn, cow house, cow shed

A dependency used to house cattle.
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The couple bought the derelict cow shed at Penylan Farm, Pound Hill, Coedkernew, near Cardiff, seven years ago and spent the next nine months living with relatives while carrying out the conversion work themselves.
Hard to imagine Herriot in a freezing cold cow shed in the Yorkshire Dales being 'sexy' but heigh-ho.
April 14, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Imagine moving a family of 10 from a spacious suburban home to a drafty, single-room cow shed with dirt floors.
Although 'byron' is an Old English word for a cow shed, the name of the company was reportedly inspired by the Romantic poet Byron, who, ironically, was a vegetarian.
Ayr skipper McLaughlin raced towards the Cow Shed but slipped, prompting laughter from the home fans, before changing direction and charging towards Millen in the away dugout.
Ronald Clarke, 59, of Whitland, Carmarthenshire, fell through the fragile roof of a cow shed while working at Rhyd Sais Farm, Talgarreg, near Llandysul, on 23 July 2010, hitting the concrete floor below.
Originally a cow shed, the theatre has hosted drama productions for 80 years.
It also damaged the electrics to a nearby cow shed.
15 people were arrested in connection with setting a cow shed on fire in Shamshergunj area on Sunday last and most of the others were arrested for attacks on more than a dozen mosques.
The elementary school in a poor village is easy to mistake for a cow shed.