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16 year old builds farm equipment from Legos

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KENNEWICK, Wash;--The state potato convention continued in Kennewick today, but potatoes weren't necessarily the most popular attractions. It was a farm equipment Lego guru. 16 year old Warren Seely has been building his collection of Lego farm pieces for three years now. Most recently, he added a 15 foot long irrigation sprinkler that he built from scratch.  

"I know people ask me a lot how long it takes me to build these. I've been working on this collection for three years now. A single piece can take anywhere between 4 to 25 hours depending on how familiar I am with it and how many moving parts it has," says Seely.

Seely said the irrigation system alone took 20 hours to build. He has already received job offers in the farm equipment industry but plans on going to school at Washington State before making any decisions.