DENVER -- About 40,000 people showed up to a Weld County farm Saturday in the hopes of getting some free food.
But within an hour the food was gone.
"We had originally planned to take everyone by tractor to the fields but due to the overwhelming response we had to allow people to walk or drive themselves," said Dave Miller.
Many families had be to turned away and sheriff's deputies were called in to handle traffic.
The farm had planned to be open all weekend handing out potatoes, onions, beets and carrots, but now organizers said everything has been given away.
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