Flint Hills rancher Bobbie Hammond sets fire to thousands of acres in the Flint Hills with no more than a match a little gas and her ATV. Hammond manages 30,000 acres as was in the middle of her annual burn this past week.  Cattle look confused in the smoke and flames but move out of the way quickly and are unharmed by the fires.
Flint Hills rancher Bobbie Hammond sets fire to thousands of acres in the Flint Hills with no more than a match a little gas and her ATV. Hammond manages 30,000 acres as was in the middle of her annual burn this past week. Cattle look confused in the smoke and flames but move out of the way quickly and are unharmed by the fires. The Wichita Eagle
Flint Hills rancher Bobbie Hammond sets fire to thousands of acres in the Flint Hills with no more than a match a little gas and her ATV. Hammond manages 30,000 acres as was in the middle of her annual burn this past week. Cattle look confused in the smoke and flames but move out of the way quickly and are unharmed by the fires. The Wichita Eagle

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