OK (KSWO)- Emergency loans for livestock producers in the Oklahoma counties affected by the wildfires last month have been approved.
That's according to Governor Mary Fallin and the U-S Department of Agriculture. The fires destroyed hundreds of miles of fences, equipment, structures and killed hundreds of cattle in Alfalfa, Beaver, Ellis, Harper, Roger Mills and Woodward counties.
Fallin says livestock producers in those counties may be eligible for these loans to help them rebuild their lives. Producers should contact their local Farm Services Agency office for more information.