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Farm Buildings at Ruckle Heritage Farm

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Farm buildings at the still active Ruckle Heritage Farm in Ruckle Provincial Park on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada. The barn on the left was build in 1935 on David Henry Ruckle's farmland and is currently used for machinery and hay storage. The chicken barn on the right was built in 1930 originally as a chicken and sheep shed. It now appears to be used exclusively for chickens and turkeys. The farm was started in 1872 by Henry Ruckle and continues as Ruckle Heritage Farm within Ruckle Provincial Park on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada.
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Farm buildings at the still active Ruckle Heritage Farm in Ruckle Provincial Park on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada.  The barn on the left was build in 1935 on David Henry Ruckle's farmland and is currently used for machinery and hay storage.  The chicken barn on the right was built in 1930 originally as a chicken and sheep shed.  It now appears to be used exclusively for chickens and turkeys. The farm was started in 1872 by Henry Ruckle and continues as Ruckle Heritage Farm within Ruckle Provincial Park on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada.