Another formation reported from last summer, two small rings in wheat near St.
Paul, Alberta, each approximately 1.5 metres (5 feet) diameter and about 6
metres (20 feet) apart. Just reported to local researcher Fern Belzil a few
days ago, the formation was originally first found by the farmer on September
10, 2003 who wanted to avoid any publicity at the time and combined through
the formation (and still requests confidentiality). Close to a fence at far
end of field and about half a mile or more from the nearest road. Photos not
taken at the time, but rings are still visible though much deteriorated so
that is still possible. The farmer also reported that the previous farmer who
owned the land before him had experienced a cattle mutilation about twelve
years ago. No other anomalies or unusual occurrences reported. This is the
eighteenth known report for 2003.