Posting this for a friend in my astronomy club.
A very nice 90+ year old lady in his church told him of her moving to farm property maybe 50+ years ago. They could not farm a small section because of the "furrow" and disturbed earth in that area. (This is in Western Michigan).
She gave away some pieces, but she and my friend photographed this large piece. Almost 10" along one axis.
It sure does not look like a typical Michigan glacially deposited rock to me.
OK, says I, sounds like it could possibly be a meteorite.
I do not see a fused surface, but it looks pretty broken up anyway.
They revisited the site recently, but no one was home to ask permission to look closer. (but they did anyway).
I would like them to document her story, pinpoint the location , take site photographs, and notify a local university to conduct a study.
If anyone would care to look at the attached photographs and make a few comments I / we would appreciate it.