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Barn with no power discussion in 'barnyard bananza' started by mercuryxs, jan 16, 2013. page 1 of 2 1 2 next > jan 16, 2013 #1 . mercuryxs new member. 19. nov 12, 2012. our barn has no access to power so we are thinking about battery power. we only need lights 5hrs or so a week. my thought would be deep cycle battery inverter and a few led lights.