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Michigan cattlemen sending supplies to Texas, Oklahoma
ALLEGAN, Mich. — The Michigan Cattlemen’s Association, Great Lakes Sire Service, Bordner Angus Farm, Hopkins FFA & Alumni and many other Michigan farmers and business have geared up to help the Oklahoma and Texas Cattlemen with relief for those affected by wildfires. 
The Farm and Ranch Aid from West Michigan headed south on March 28 with barbed wire, t-posts, corner post, milk replacer, calf grain, hay, supplies, medicines, easter baskets and much more.
Oklahoma and Texas farmers and ranchers are still assessing their situations and needs are arising every day. Supplies are hard to find, and what is available is very expensive. 
For donations or more information please email Checks can be made out to Hopkins FFA Alumni with “Texas Relief” in the memo. Please mail to Hopkins FFA Alumni 2521 128th Ave, Allegan, MI 49010 
For more updates, please follow the Facebook page Farm and Ranch Aid from West Michigan.