TRENTON, N.Y. -- Fire crews were called back to the scene of fire at the dairy farm in Trenton over the weekend that killed nearly 200 cows.
This time they had to deal with a fire in one of the silos.
The call came in just before 7:30 Thursday morning on Whittaker Road in Trenton.
Fire officials say that the grain in the silos heated and smoldered.
Crews from Barneveld, Whitesboro and Holland Patent were on scene. The Whitesboro Fire Department brought in their ladder truck to get to the top of the silo.
Fire officials also said there are plans in the works to take down all four silos.
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