The poem includes the words =B3corn riggs and barley riggs=B2, which
would suggests that they were two different kinds of grain.
Isn=B9t it likely that the =B3corn riggs=B2 were oats?
> >Burns' corn riggs would almost certainly have been barley. > > >Peter Hastings >Royal Observatory >Edinburgh >:) > >ps On a Thanksgiving note, Britain has always been well supplied with >turkeys, mainly in the judiciary, sports and politics. > > >-- >Peter Hastings <firstname.lastname@example.org>