Wow - I wish I had know about this place prior to it's destruction by fire. I discovered and visited it this fall, and used it as an interesting background for a photoshoot.
There really isn't much left of it at this point, but a stone shell. There are no floors left in the structure. A long wooden shed remains, strewn with garbage, and there is very little left of what I understand was a dairy farm, than twisted metal and decayed wood. The silo still stands.
As interest to anyone who plans to visit this location, we spent most of the day there shooting, and were interrupted several times by neighboring farmers and their equipment.
I spoke politely to a woman who arrived early in the day with a load of hay to feed the cows on her neighboring farm. I asked if it was ok to take pictures, and she replied that it was not her property, but that they just came in here to feed their stock. She didn't mind my being there, and cautioned me to be careful as she didn't think there was any floor left.
Later in the day, another HUGE combine came rumbling down that long driveway. Note of caution - you are trapped in there if one of those things is blocking your way! Again, I spoke with the driver who was from the farm on the other side of the property. They were working their fields that day, and using the driveway as a place to turn their machines around. He didn't mind at all that we were there.