tobacco barn


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tobacco barn

A barn used for curing tobacco leaves, with or without the addition of heat, by hanging them from a series of horizontal poles within the barn; occasionally called a tobacco house. Three common types of tobacco barns are designated by the curing process employed: air-cured, fire-cured, and flue-cured.
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It opened Tobacco Barn in 1997; a decade later, the company's c-store and fuel business expanded through its merger with Polk Oil Co.
When we moved onto our current property in March 2014, the only structure was a 100-year-old tobacco barn.
An iconic North Carolina landmark for centuries has been the tobacco barn.
The wood used upstairs was repurposed from a recycled tobacco barn.
The old tobacco barn roof leaks and desperately needs attention.
Police are looking for a suspected tobacco robber after two would-be crooks were nabbed breaking into a tobacco barn in the Burford area.
Then we made a sweep of the other barns--the long, tall tobacco barn, the cow barn, the creamery, and the icehouse.
He's created a replica of an Amish tobacco barn housing an eclectic collection: a little Jim Dandy, Economy garden tractors, crawler tractors, seed separators and cleaners, silage cutters and more.
Imagine finding a Lotus Elan under a pile of sheet metal in an old tobacco barn or uncovering an Austin-Healey only to discover it's the oldest one in existence or a Ferrari 330 GTC in the garage.
But more than just creating a space--and I'll get to that in a minute-the Davises handle every detail of the nuptials, from rooms, food, flowers, the reception in their refurbished tobacco barn, and even the ceremony.
Hidden inside a tobacco barn for more than a century, the 20-by-30-foot former jail, which held slaves until they were sold as property, is a stark remnant of America's internal slave trade, and considered hallowed ground by many who visit.