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SW OK family donates hay bales to wildfire victims

(Source Tara Ingram) (Source Tara Ingram)

GERONIMO, OK (KSWO) - The large wildfires in the Oklahoma and Texas panhandle have put a lot of farmers and ranchers in a difficult spot when it comes to their livestock. Donations are in needs to help them take care of their animals when most of their food supply burned in the fires.

A southwest Oklahoma family is doing their part to help. On Monday morning, they are driving up 20 bales of hay to Woodward from Geronimo to help those in need. Danny and Sandy McCuiston donated the hay, and Robert and Debbie VanNess helped in the transportation for the hay bales.

Danny is the superintendent of Big Pasture Schools, and the family owns a small cattle business in Geronimo. He said he has seen the hardships that come with these wildfires in the past, and wanted to do something to help the hardworking men and women affected.

Two additional hay loaders in this picture in Mike and Wyatt Johnson.

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