Farmers in need of supplies after northern Colorado fire

What is left of the fire in Logan CO are stubborn hot spots. Farmers and Ranchers have lost devastating amounts of cattle and property

KUSA – The Colorado Farm Bureau has created a disaster relief fund for farmers and ranchers impacted by a wildfire that burned 30,000 acres in northeast Colorado. 

The fire, which is now 80 percent contained, has destroyed four homes and 15 outbuildings between Logan and Phillips counties.

A number of area farmers have reported damaged fields, facilities and equipment, along with the loss of livestock due to the fire.

They are in need of everything from hay and feed to fencing supplies and individuals willing to provide trucking equipment. 

Donations can be taken to CHS Grainland in Haxtun. You can also donate to the Colorado Farm Bureau's disaster fund here:

Cash and checks can be sent to: 

Colorado Farm Bureau Foundation

Attn: Disaster Fund

9177 E. Mineral Circle

Centennial, CO 80122

One hundred percent of the proceeds raised by CFB will be donated to the farmers and ranchers affected.

Contact Rick Unrein at 970-520-3565 for more information about dropping off donations.

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