CAZENOVIA, N.Y. -- A new dairy barn in Cazenovia is on the mend Monday night after its roof blew off in the wind.
A large section of the roof was missing from Pulshar's Dairy Farm on Fenner Road.
The barn houses over 200 cows, and with big pieces of metal flying around – the situation could have been much worse. Luckily, no one was hurt, not even the cows.
"When the barn fell in, they must have ran out of the way. No one was injured,” said Katy Pulshar, the owner.
Owners say the main concern now is getting the pieces of roof back in their possession, so they don't continue flying around with the potential to cause harm.
The Pulshar's also say that if the winds don't die down soon, the rest of the barn roof may be in jeopardy.
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