Called the “ashes to ashes” project, ranchers still recovering from massive southwest Kansas fires in March have been sending and delivering hay to ranches recently burned in Montana and ranches needing food for cattle in drought-stricken areas in South Dakota.
Called the “ashes to ashes” project, ranchers still recovering from massive southwest Kansas fires in March have been sending and delivering hay to ranches recently burned in Montana and ranches needing food for cattle in drought-stricken areas in South Dakota. Courtesy photo
Called the “ashes to ashes” project, ranchers still recovering from massive southwest Kansas fires in March have been sending and delivering hay to ranches recently burned in Montana and ranches needing food for cattle in drought-stricken areas in South Dakota. Courtesy photo

After devastating wildfires, Kansas ranchers hay it forward

August 11, 2017 12:16 PM

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