Montana ranchers are helping fellow agricultural producers affected by wildfires.
Areas such as Glasgow and Jordan were hit hard by drought and the Lodgepole Complex fire.
Jordan Alexander and some friends and colleagues donated hay to families in need.
Alexander traveled to eastern Montana on Wednesday to donate five tons of hay.
He said he could see miles of burned pasture land and zero feed for livestock.
“I’m sure they will come out of it just fine but there are still a lot of ranchers out there that are still hurting,” Alexander said.
One of the biggest needs is for hay haulers to take forage to ranchers in need.
For resource information, visit the Hay Hotline website or the Montana Hay Lottery website.
For the status of droughts across the country, visit the U.S. Drought Monitor website.
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