Kendyll Williams, 13, of Hunstville, was especially close to her blind steer, Oatmeal, shown here at the Fort Worth Stock Show.
Kendyll Williams, 13, of Hunstville, was especially close to her blind steer, Oatmeal, shown here at the Fort Worth Stock Show. Terry Evans Special to the Star-Telegram
Kendyll Williams, 13, of Hunstville, was especially close to her blind steer, Oatmeal, shown here at the Fort Worth Stock Show. Terry Evans Special to the Star-Telegram

Selling Oatmeal, the blind steer, was the ‘ultimate goal,’ father says

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