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OGT Helps Oklahoma Wildfire Victims

OGT purchased 324 rolls (80 miles) of pasture fencing and 1,600 fence posts for ranchers affected by the April wildfires in Oklahoma. Two loads of donated hay have already been delivered. This load was offloaded in Taloga, OK to be distributed to ranchers by the Dewey County Conservation District. Another big ‘Thank you’ goes out to our donors for helping to make this purchase of disaster relief supplies possible.


Categories: Disaster Relief, Domestic Aid

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