Hay and Feed Donations Sought in Creek County
Tue, 07 Aug 2012 10:39:33 CDT
Fires in Creek County have burned almost 70,000 acres since Friday afternoon including those engulfed in the Freedom Hills fire. The fire has left many ag producers without hay and feed for their livestock.
In an effort to help area producers affected by the fire, a hay and feed donation site has been established at the Creek County Fairgrounds located in Kellyville at 17808 W. Hwy 66. The location was arranged by Rep. Skye McNiel and Sen. Brian Bingman who represent Creek County.
Individuals interested in donating or receiving hay or feed should contact Sherman Grubb, Creek County Extension Educator, at (918) 224-2194. Feed for cattle and horses is particularly needed, but feed for other livestock will also be accepted.
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