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Oklahoma made salt

In 1935 Ezra Blackmon opened a salt factory and began mechanized production (8 miles west of Freedom, Oklahoma). Fifty years later Cargill, Incorporated - an American privately held global corporation purchased the salt plant and expanded the evaporative ponds. The salt is sold for livestock and industrial use.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2017
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