But there are some farms for sale that have them on the property, I'm sure. I wouldn't buy a place that had one unless it was removed or replaced first. I'm just not sure how much I trust the fabric building in general. Sure, for the first couple years they'd hold up fine, but after constant exposure to the elements, you have to remember that they are still fabric, which will break down, tear, and have to be replaced, and I sure wouldn't want to be in one when the top decides to rip, especially if it was holding a heavy snow load.
And they are no cheaper at all if you factor in that you will at some point have to replace the top due to wear. It's cheaper to have a regular building put up.
"Keep a leg on each side and your mind in the middle"