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South Central Cattlemen Seeking Assistance for Fire

Jan 18, 2021

The South Central Cattlemen Association is seeking assistance for those affected by the Guide Rock fire. Area farmers and ranchers lost approximately 26 miles of fence in addition to hay and loss of grazing and haying capacity on land for the 2021 grazing/haying season due to a wildfire on January 14-15, 2021. If you wish to donate feed, supplies, or money, it will be humbly appreciated.

Please direct your donations as follows:
Hay/Feed – Call Scott Bonifas at 402-984-6223 and he will help coordinate where to unload.

Fence Supplies – Take to Ely Grain at Guide Rock; 402-257-2125

Send cash donations to be dispersed to those in need to:
     South Central Cattlemen
     c/o Kelsey Herz
     2419 Hwy 4
     Lawrence, NE 68957
or give via PayPal to the South Central Cattlemen Association. 100% of deposited donations will be dispersed.


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