Convoy hauling donated hay to Neb. Farmers comes through Siouxland

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SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) – Nebraska farmers affected by the flooding will be getting some much-needed supplies in the coming days, As 8 semi loads of donated hay makes its way to the Cornhusker state.

A convoy is trucking over 250 bails of hay from Jamestown, North Dakota, all the way to Blair, Nebraska. The group is known as Farm Rescue, and their mission is to help families in crisis. After they heard the news that the recent flooding had a heavy impact on cattle farmers, the group decided something needed to be done.

The caravan is stopping in Sioux City Sunday night to rest up for another long day of driving Monday. They’ll be leaving Monday morning around 6:30 a.m. from the Sams club parking lot if you’d like to stop by and wish them safe travels on their way out.

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