|Title||Reinhold Family Farm - Horse Barn|
|Description||This photo shows the southeast view of Carl Oscar
Reinhold's barnyard and horse barn as purchased.
This smaller barn was sixty feet long. This barn is where the horses and other older live stock were kept, including pigs. The barn had a 14 foot thresh-floor with stables on each side. Hay and grain were stored above the stables in this barn.
The outhouse is located adjacent to the horse barn. Later, it would be moved next to the woodshed, which was closer to the farm house. Carl Oscar bought this farm in the Township of Medford, Taylor County, Wisconsin and moved there with his family March 20, 1920.