It took area firefighters about 45 minutes to bring the massive fire under control Monday evening, according to Doug Monaco, chief of Little Fork Volunteer Fire and Rescue.
unit responded to a call for a feed mill fire in the 17000 block of Springs Road located in the northern part of Culpeper County about 9:45 p.m.
"The cause of this fire is still under investigation," said Monaco
, adding that no one was injured during Monday's blaze.
, who added that a couple of silos on the farm were also destroyed, estimates the cost of damages around $600,000.
"However, due to our aggressive efforts, we saved vehicles and adjoining structures on the property," Monaco
, whose unit also responded to the March fire, explained that the worker was using heat to remove the paint.
According to Monaco
, Culpeper's Co.
1, Amissville, Warrenton, Orlean and Remington fire crews assisted with extinguishing Monday's fire.