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Frontier Productions Helping To Raise Money for Wildfire Victims

Frontier Productions Helping To Raise Money for Wildfire Victims

3/15/2017 9:15:00 AM/Categories: General News, Today's Top 5, Livestock

BILLINGS, MT (March 15, 2017) - There will be a benefit auction Thursday April 6th, in Columbus MT at the Mini Metra, Frontier Productions and Midland Bull Test are putting on the event, it will be held in conjunction with the Angus Banquet Thursday night. 

This auction will benefit the ranchers, farmers, and families affected by the wildfires in Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma, and Texas.  Donations can be made in two ways, cash donations can be made to the American Farm Bureau Federation, put Wildfire Relief in the memo.  Physical donations, items, services, anything that can be sold at auction, along with an estimated value can be donated to be auctioned off at the time, and place above. 

All proceeds from that auction will go to the American Farm Bureau Federation.  The AFBF will send the money donated from private donations, and sale proceeds to the state agencies of those states affected.  We certainly appreciate your time, and involvement in this matter, and ask that you send your thoughts and prayers to those affected.  Thank you, we appreciate your support! 

For more information, click here.

Here's an interview with Frontier Production's Scott Fraser on the upcoming benefit auction.

 

 

Source: Northern Ag Network & Frontier Productions

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Bob York

4/6/2017 12:50 PM

I sent 2 framed prints of artwork UPS that I wished to donate for the auction, but needed to send the dialogue and story behind each painting. Wondered if you could send me email address that I could forward this information, too. Ashland Ks is my home town, though I'very lived in SD since 98. My brother still operates the home place and is a bank officer in Stockgrowers State Bank. One of most that lost all of his grass, fence, and 3 barns. Saved the homestead/house though that was built in 1902. So this hits home for me. I also have a fundraiser going to raise $for spools of wire. "Art for fencing" to buy pallet (s) of Red Brand wire in exchange for a matted litho 11x14 print of mine or 3 other artists, shipped to them free. A print is $55.00 and a spool of wire at pallet cost is 56.00. Buying the wire locally from Cammack Ranch Supply in Union Center, SD. Can view any of prints offered on website www.weaverartgallery.com. phone # is 605-490-0543.

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