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Ranchers Can Request Money From Rancher Relief Fund

October 21, 2013, 10:11 AM

Ranchers Can Request Money From Rancher Relief Fund
RAPID CITY, SD -

Western South Dakota ranchers hurt by the October 4 blizzard now have access to the money from the Rancher Relief Fund.

Cattle producers can request funds by calling 211 or 1-877-708-4357.

Organizers say ranchers can use the money to buy fuel, groceries or even travel for medical services.

The Rancher Relief Fund is still taking donations. You can donate to the fund online.

Or you can mail checks to:

Black Hills Community Area Foundation
c/o SD Rancher Relief Fund
PO Box 231
Rapid City SD, 57709

Make your checks out to "Rancher Relief Fund."

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