Iowa Farmers Send Relief To Nebraska Flood Victims
March 25, 2019
Iowa farmers have united to bring aid to flooded communities in Nebraska.
Photo credit: Peyten Curry
Images of the flooding led Iowa farmers Robert Broulik and James Garnant to take action.
"It's tough to see them people in that kind of shape," Garnant told Fox28.
After a few phone calls to other local farmers, an oversize-load semitruck loaded with 75 bales of hay is on its way to Columbus, Nebraska.
These trucks are loaded down with hay donated by farmers from Mt. Vernon and Ely. On their way to Nebraska to aid flood victims. The story of how this incredible community effort came together in just days tonight on @cbs2iowa @fox28Iowa pic.twitter.com/0KeTd9y8y3— Shannon Moudy (@ShannonMoudyTV) March 22, 2019
Others in the community donated money for fuel and supplies.
"When you have livestock and things go wrong, I can only imagine having to feed them after you've saved them. Somebody's gotta help. So that's what we're gonna do," Broulik said.
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