The Sattler’s Farm Rescue story

On a cold April morning in 2021, the Sattler family began an early-spring road trip to purchase an auger for their farming and ranching operation. What was a normal day for one North Dakota family turned devastating, after a stretch of the icy road caused their truck to spin out of control.

Farm Rescue stepped in to help with harvest while they focused on recovery from the accident. Kim Sattler shares more about their experience.


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