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VIDEO: Gridley Farmer Harvests Rice Krispie Treats

In a new viral Facebook video, a Gridley farmer harvests rice krispie treats in his rice fields.

Posted: Sep 5, 2018 5:30 PM
Updated: Sep 5, 2018 5:31 PM

GRIDLEY, Calif. - A Gridley rice farmer has gotten a lot of attention on social media for his Rice Krispie farming video.

You may recognize him from our report last Halloween, when he made a video of himself handing out rice instead of candy to trick-or-treaters. In this new video, though, Matthew Sligar, is standing in his rice field, harvesting Rice Krispie treats.

Sligar creates typically makes education videos about his life as a rice farmer, but was hoping to make something that would stand out and catch people’s attention.

He hopes that this video will help spark interest in where our food comes from.

To view Sligar’s video, CLICK HERE.

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