At this place there remains the foundation to the property's pig barn. The Forsyth-Warren family brought swine with them from Ganson's Settlement in the east and raised them in this place for their entire tenure here.
Mary herself once said that "the first settlers found it very difficult to keep hogs; the bears would even come out of the woods and take them by daylight."
In later years, the building became to decrepit to remain and in later years became the cherished garden of Vera Yousey. Her husband, Floyd, was a farmhand on the property before he purchased the farmstead for his family and embarked on saving and restoring it.