The efficient operation of a dairy farm necessitates good buildings. '!'his applies to the dwelling houses for the owner and workers, all buildings needed for housing the livestock, for storage of feed, and to care for the products of the farm. So far as the dairy cattle are concerned many reasons can be advanced for the provision of proper buildings, but they can be summed up in two words- sanitation and economy.
Foster, W. A. and Weaver, Earl, "Dairy Barns and Equipment" (1925). Circular. Paper 93.