FARM BUSINESS NEWS
Marcia Zarley Taylor DTN Executive Editor
Mon Oct 21, 2013 05:01 PM CDT


Financial Aid Mounts for Blizzard Victims

Aid continues to pour in for victims of the Atlas Blizzard that struck western South Dakota in early October. The South Dakota Cattlemen's Association is discouraging immediate donations of live animals, given that ranchers are struggling with cleanup operations in addition to normal fall roundup and pre-winter operations. Instead, state livestock groups have teamed up to create a Ranchers Relief Fund. Tonight on an Agchat Tweetcast at 8 pm central time on a Twitter, Tyson foods is donating $10 for every Tweet up to $50,000. The CHS Foundation also donated $100,000 for the ...

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