4H Group Helps Orphaned Calves

4H Group Helps Orphaned Calves

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April 04, 2017

NASHVILLE, Tenn (RFD-TV) After countless calves became orphans because of the Southwestern Kansas wildfire, 4H kids and parents have stepped up to take care of them. From bottle feedings three times a day to managing donated supplies, Kansas State University shares how 4H-ers are learning by serving and building their community.

You can still assist farmers and ranchers across all states impacted by the recent wildfires through monetary donations or farm and fencing supplies. If you are interested in donating to relief efforts for the wildfires check out the options listed here.

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