Etter meteorites were first plowed up from a farmer's field in Texas in the 1960's. It is classified as an L5 chondrite and it has plentiful metal fleck set into a dark groundmass matrix.
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From the Meteoritical Bulletin entry on Etter :
DISCOVERY OF THE ETTER, TEXAS, STONY METEORITE
Place of find: Etter, Moore County, Texas, U.S.A.
Date of find: Recognized 1966.
Class and type: Stone. Olivine-bronzite chondrite.
Number of individual specimens: 4 individuals, 1 fragment.
Total weight: 153.3 kg
Circumstances of find: All specimens were plowed up in fields. The finds were confined to an area about 0.4 X 1.2 km. Extensive search with metal detector has failed to locate additional specimens.
Source: Glenn I Huss, American Meteorite Laboratory, P.O. Box 2098, Denver, Colorado 80201.