Reclaimed Threshing Floor
Many Ontario barns built in the 1800s and 1900s were made from pine and hemlock. These boards were salvaged from the first floor of the barns where the threshing took place, the process of separating the grain from the stalk. They show tremendous amounts of use from farming, machinery and animals, plus they have plenty of character.
Widths range from 12" - 18" wide, lengths range from 10' - 11 1/2' long.
|$22.00 /square foot|
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