Over 2,300 Square Miles Blackened by Panhandle Wildfires

Over 2,300 Square Miles Blackened by Panhandle Wildfires

March 14, 2017

NASHVILLE, Tenn (RFD-TV) Flames burned more than 2,300 square miles in four states, leaving behind blackened pastures and livestock in need of feed. Through the generosity of fellow producers, emergency hay supplies have been made available to those cow-calf operators in dire need of feed resources.  Kansas State Beef Systems Specialist Justin Waggoner advises those producers to closely evaluate the quality of that hay, and to make the most of it.

Watch the video above to see the latest updates. 

Click here to see information on where to make hay donations. 

Tune in to "Market Day Report" weekdays at 9 AM - 2 PM ET on RFD-TV to see the latest wildfire coverage. 

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