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Farm Rescue saving the day

Amanda Nolz

Photo by Greg LatzaFarm Rescue founder Bill Gross at work.

No family expects or plans for a farm accident or tragedy. Once tragedy strikes, it’s often hard for farm families to admit help is needed and seek it out. Ranching is a career chosen by the strong, independent and resilient, and it can be tough to ask for assistance in difficult times. Whether it’s a broken leg, a heart attack, a stroke, a cancer diagnosis or even a flood or tornado, there are times when producers could definitely use help. Whatever the situation, Farm Rescue is hoping producers know there is a program available to assist them during challenging chapters in the ranch history.

Farm Rescue provides planting and harvesting assistance to farm families that have experienced a major illness, injury or natural disaster. The main mission of Farm Rescue is to help family farmers bridge crises so they have an opportunity to continue viable operations. One of the biggest financial drains on a family is an unexpected medical injury or illness and, of course, a natural disaster. Farm Rescue gives families a chance to continue their livelihood by providing the necessary equipment and man-power to plant or harvest their crops, clean up the ranch after a natural disaster and offer support to agriculture families in difficult times.

No family expects or plans for a farm accident or tragedy. Once tragedy strikes, it’s often hard for farm families to admit help is needed and seek it out. Ranching is a career chosen by the strong, independent and resilient, and it can be tough to ask for assistance in difficult times. Whether it’s a broken leg, a heart attack, a stroke, a cancer diagnosis or even a flood or tornado, there are times when producers could definitely use help. Whatever the situation, Farm Rescue is hoping producers know there is a program available to assist them during challenging chapters in the ranch history.

Farm Rescue provides planting and harvesting assistance to farm families that have experienced a major illness, injury or natural disaster. The main mission of Farm Rescue is to help family farmers bridge crises so they have an opportunity to continue viable operations. One of the biggest financial drains on a family is an unexpected medical injury or illness and, of course, a natural disaster. Farm Rescue gives families a chance to continue their livelihood by providing the necessary equipment and man-power to plant or harvest their crops, clean up the ranch after a natural disaster and offer support to agriculture families in difficult times.

No family expects or plans for a farm accident or tragedy. Once tragedy strikes, it’s often hard for farm families to admit help is needed and seek it out. Ranching is a career chosen by the strong, independent and resilient, and it can be tough to ask for assistance in difficult times. Whether it’s a broken leg, a heart attack, a stroke, a cancer diagnosis or even a flood or tornado, there are times when producers could definitely use help. Whatever the situation, Farm Rescue is hoping producers know there is a program available to assist them during challenging chapters in the ranch history.

Farm Rescue provides planting and harvesting assistance to farm families that have experienced a major illness, injury or natural disaster. The main mission of Farm Rescue is to help family farmers bridge crises so they have an opportunity to continue viable operations. One of the biggest financial drains on a family is an unexpected medical injury or illness and, of course, a natural disaster. Farm Rescue gives families a chance to continue their livelihood by providing the necessary equipment and man-power to plant or harvest their crops, clean up the ranch after a natural disaster and offer support to agriculture families in difficult times.