This year Campbell’s Soup will be preserving 5 barns as chosen by voters. One barn in the running is owned by the Dull family in Thorntown, Indiana.
Voting will take place from October 1, 2009 to January 5, 2010. You can cast one vote every day. It just takes a minute. http://www.helpgrowyoursoup.com/projects.aspx
About the Dull Family Farm:
"We are a family-owned corporation that row crops 2000 acres of corn and soybeans. We also run and maintain a tree farm that we use as part of a Christmas tree business.
Our barn is the centerpiece of our farm. It is the first building that customers see as they come around the bend in the road and up the driveway, so it needs to look good for that first impression. We are very involved in our community, and our farm is a recommended place to visit by the Boone County Convention and Visitors Bureau. During school tours, part of the barn is used for a petting zoo where the students and teachers feed and interact with our animals. We feel this on-farm connection goes a long way in educating our future consumers about where food really comes from.
This project would provide a unique service learning opportunity for all involved. It would provide an avenue where two local FFA chapters from different districts, FFA Alumni, national FFA staff and the Dulls can all work together to revive a tired barn into a centerpiece that's used to educate both the young and the not-so-young about food and agriculture."
To learn more about the Dull Family farm, visit their website: http://dullstreefarm.com/index.php