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OGT Needs Hay Donated to Help Oklahoma Families Affected by Wildfires

Western Oklahoma has been consumed by two large wildfires; the Rhea Fire and the 34 Complex Fire. The wildfires started in mid-April and spread quickly with strong winds and dry ground to burn nearly 352,000 acres. Weather conditions improved in northwest Oklahoma as much needed rain fell over this past weekend in areas affected by wildfires helping to contain majority of the fires. Orphan Grain Train is assisting the families affected by the devastating wildfires by accepting semi-loads of donated hay. As this portion of the relief effort takes shape, we will share the generously donated hay with those who lost their livestock forage because of the fires. For information about donating hay please call Orphan Grain Train at 877-371-7393.


Categories: Disaster Relief, Domestic Aid

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