Stuckwish Round Barn was constructed in 1910-1911 at a cost of $1,500 and is nestled amongst the cornfields near Medora. This barn was patterned after the nearby Mahan barn, which was destroyed by fire in 1983. The Schneider sawmill in Ewing supplied all of the beech wood lumber for the barn. The barn, which is 60 feet in diameter, is located on County Road 460 West, directly off of State Road 235.
Hall Round Barn was built in 1920 for Howard Smith, is 72 feet in diameter, 70 feet high and 216 feet in circumference. This barn is the bigger of the two in the county and is unique because it has no central silo. The lumber was cut green and put into place shortly after being cut to take advantage of the natural moisture content of the wood. The barn is located on County Road 150 South in Medora and is on private property.