Northwestern Press

Thursday, October 17, 2019
David Fink of Heidel Hollow Farms, Germansville, loads donated hay onto a truck heading to Nebraska. The effort is to get hay to the flooded farmers and ranchers in that state. The “bomb” cyclone that hit in mid March caused record-breaking flooding in Nebraska and surrounding states. Caravans of hay and supplies are continuing to go out to the Midwest. David Fink of Heidel Hollow Farms, Germansville, loads donated hay onto a truck heading to Nebraska. The effort is to get hay to the flooded farmers and ranchers in that state. The “bomb” cyclone that hit in mid March caused record-breaking flooding in Nebraska and surrounding states. Caravans of hay and supplies are continuing to go out to the Midwest.
PRESS PHOTOS COURTESY THE FINK FAMILYSonia Fink, Andrea and Bob of B W and Son Feed and Cattle Co. in Westfield, Tioga County, and David and Adam Fink are shown with donated hay headed for Nebraska for farmers affected by flooding. PRESS PHOTOS COURTESY THE FINK FAMILYSonia Fink, Andrea and Bob of B W and Son Feed and Cattle Co. in Westfield, Tioga County, and David and Adam Fink are shown with donated hay headed for Nebraska for farmers affected by flooding.

Helping with hay

Friday, April 12, 2019 by The Press in Local News