The historic buildings of the wheat plant which make this site an interesting stop are a grain elevator and a mill, built in 1952. Soon after they were built, Art Walton bought the plant and founded Walton’s Feed. Farmers bring their wheat and barley crop to Walton’s, who buy it and produce rolled grain for feed products. Barley is rolled and mixed with molasses for calf feed, and other feeds are produced for horses and colts. In Walton’s store you can browse for products such as saddles, ropes, gloves, boots and work clothes, and learn about the supplies needed to run a ranch or farm. Walton’s also sells food storage products.