It looks pretty good in that picture. Here's what it started out as:
The electrical service box was missing its cover and all of the circuit breakers, but they hadn't cut the supply wires. A quick trip to the hardware store got me another identical panel; so I used the parts from the new panel to complete the old one, and I'm all set to get the electricity turned back on.
They did steal all of the copper wiring to the outlets and lights, so I'll have to rewire it, call it another day of labor, but all in all, not bad. The roof doesn't leak, the concrete floor is good, and with a good coat of paint on the inside, it'll be just fine. I'm sure the chicks and poults and piglets will enjoy heat lamps and other modern luxuries.
It has a hookup for a phone as well as electricity, so when the power goes on I'll install a security camera system that I can monitor from the house via the internet.
Rural areas near urban always get hit hard with petty theft and vandalism. I think that the city kids think that somehow it doesn't matter what they do when they're "in the country". I don't understand it. No matter -- the damage in this case was all cosmetic; the building is sound and secured now.
Drat. I missed some graffitti. I'll get it tomorrow.