Firefighters believe a discarded cigarette butt might have ignited the fire that quickly spread in Roscoe Monday morning.
70 acres adjacent to a wind farm and cotton field burned over the course of several hours.
A grass fire burned fields near Roscoe Monday morning.
It was about 9:30 a.m. when there were calls about a fast moving wildfire off County Road 105.
Roscoe, Sweetwater and Loraine firefighters were at the scene, where several acres of tall grass burned right next to a wind farm and cotton field.
The fire was contained within a few hours.
No structures were damaged and no injuries were reported from the fire.