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                                                                                                Photo Courtesy of  L. G. Rodriguez                                                          

View facing North

The Cotton Gin was eventually converted to a storage facility for grain (milo).

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  The corrugated tin building housed equipment for the production and storage of pellet size (range cubes) cattle feed. 

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The original power plant was a ship engine.  In later years it was replaced by a
Caterpillar diesel engine.

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The facility was operated for many years under the guidance of Mr. Louis C. Drost.

 

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