It is nearing the end of its life. These pics may be the last ones I take of it. I took them about 10 days ago when finishing the hay in the pasture. We did a final clean out during the 2019-2020 winter. Back in the early 80s, one internal supporting post began to sink. It was usually muddy at that spot. I don't know if the post rotted or the ground was just that soft. My dad, with failing health, and I added 2 or 3 more posts, tried to jack up the beam they supported, but it was a patchwork job at best. A bit later I dug down at that spot, poured several bags of concrete mix to make a pad for another post, but I think it had gone too far. The beam cracked and bowed downward, but never broke. One long wall at the rafter plate seemed to be pushing away so I added a come-along and a log chain across the inside of the barn from one wall to the other. It was used for small square bale storage for a other 35 years. The tax records on the house date it to the early 1900s. We traced the property back to being in our family since the 1840s. I am going to search for a pic or two that shows it in its better days.