Beautiful and unique material with amazing width and character.
"Threshing (thrashing) was originally "...'to tramp or stamp heavily with the feet'..." and was later applied to the act of separating out grain by the feet of people or oxen and still later with the use of a flail. A threshing floor is of two main types: 1) a specially flattened outdoor surface, usually circular and paved, or 2) inside a building with a smooth floor of earth, stone or wood where a farmer would "thresh" the grain harbe and then winnow it."**
The massive flooring planks were elevated in barns years ago and are worn with character from farmers threshing their wheat from the chaff generations ago. This process left behind a lot of wear and tear on and character to each board.
Red/ white oak mix threshing floor - 4,400 bf available 2 x 10" - 18" widths ( 8' and 14' lengths ).
Attached are also two photos of a walnut thresher table for inspiration.
**Ref: Wikipedia post for "threshing floor"