9 trucks filled with donated hay heading for Nebraska

NORTH DAKOTA (AP) – A farm aid nonprofit says nine trucks filled with donated hay will leave North Dakota Saturday bound for flood-stricken Nebraska.

Farm Rescue says it expects to deliver the hay to a drop off site in Fullerton on Sunday. The organization’s spokesman Dan Erdmann says they delivered their first load of hay earlier this week to Nebraska.

The North Dakota-based Farm Rescue recently activated Operation Hay Lift to haul livestock feed to Nebraska ranchers affected by flooding, resurrecting a program first used nearly two years ago to help cattle producers facing drought in the Upper Midwest.

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