Barn Restoration Project

The Bagg Bonanza Farm is one of the last remnants of an important historical period in the growth of North Dakota and unless preservation continues the Bagg Bonanza Farm will share the same fate as other bonanza farms.

For more information on how you can be a part of the Barn Restoration Project, please contact:

Bagg Bonanza Farm Restoration Development Campaign
P.O. Box 702
Mooreton, ND 58061
(701) 274-8989

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If you are interested in donating to this project or to the Bagg Farm Restoration project in general, please send donations to:
Bagg Bonanza Farm Historic Preservation Society
P.O. Box 702
Mooreton, ND 58061

Thank You!
Currently the Bagg Bonanza Farm Historical Preservation Society is in the process of rebuilding the Mule Barn.

Based on many old photos, insurance drawings, and the original foundation, the new barn will be of the same dimensions: 36' wide, 128' long, and 37' high.

The original cupola's have been saved to be re-conditioned and installed on the new structure. These are currently on display at the farm.

The restored building will be used as an interpretive center, for concessions, have additional restrooms, meeting facilities, a theatrical stage area, as well as a site for special events, such as weddings.  

The goal of the Society is to raise $250,000 for the reconstruction of the barn.  Work began in 2003.

Mule Barn Restoration Progress Update:
8/2014 - Ceilings have been installed on the main floor
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