Kansas by WinchellV

Question 10

Cawker City, Kansas, pop. 469, claims to be home to the World's Largest Ball of Twine. (That's not the question; I just think it's amusing.) But La Crosse, Kansas, in Rush County, is home to a museum of what product, which transformed life on the prairie by enabling ranchers to contain their own livestock and keep other animals out? One admirer of this product wrote that it "takes no room, exhausts no soil, shades no vegetation, is proof against high winds, makes no snowdrifts, and is both durable and cheap."