Cattle feeding barns, carefully planned and properly built for sanitation and convenience of man and beast, represent good investments. The types of shelters and barns described in this circular have been used long enough by successful breeders and feeders in this state to demonstrate their worth. They are both economical in construction and practical for cornbelt conditions.
Foster, W. A. and Stephenson, R. E., "Cattle Feeding Barns and Shelters" (1922). Circular. Paper 74.