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Oats Growing Tall in Ferron

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The Singleton family is seen dwarfed by the oat field

Sam Singleton is convinced of the benefits of the new sprinkling systems for irrigation. A former pasture has been turned into a waving oat field. The pasture hadn't been planted for 75 years and his son, Kyle Singleton decided to put oats in and the results were skyhigh at least, 5' 2" inches high that is. Granddaughter, Crimson Singleton is home from college for the summer and wanted to do some farming so the family put her to work cutting the oats to be used as hay for the horses next winter.

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