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Spring Setup Volunteers
Garry Deckert, Alan Enger and Lee VanRuler take a break from their setup duties to pose for a quick picture in front of their hard work. Every season, Farm Rescue volunteers take the time to do the hard work of setting up the equipment and get it ready to go. While they give of their time, they never lose their smiles.
Friends and Farm Rescuers
Mark Baumgarten and his crew are friends and now Farm Rescuers. There's nothing like a selfie with friends while helping farm and ranch families in crisis!
Operations Take Flight
Spring planting volunteers pause to watch a B-52 overhead near Minot Air Force Base in north central North Dakota.
Family Hay Delivery
Farm Rescue volunteer driver, Jamie Bos, and his daughter Kylie delivering hay to flood-stricken ranchers in Nebraska during Operation Hay Lift.
More than a dozen independent drivers joined Farm Rescue's trucks for a convoy to deliver much-needed cattle feed and supplies to flood-stricken ranchers in Nebraska during Operation Hay Lift.
Operation Hay Lift
Volunteer, Keith Barkema, loading one of many hay trucks to support flooded ranchers during Operation Hay Lift.
Harvest in the Heartland
Volunteers, Gaylen Weisenburger, Lee Van Ruler and Keith Bisson, providing harvest support to a farmer in crisis near Harvey, ND.
Hauling to Help
Volunteers, Kieth Worthley and Gary Janz, hauling our combine to the next farm in need of assistance.
Volunteers, Jim Rose, Mike Youngblood and Garry Deckert, assisting with barley harvest near McClusky, ND.
Angels in Blue, Erv Geisler and Ken Crites, providing livestock feeding assistance to a family near Willow Lake, SD.
Minot area volunteers come together for the State Fair Parade in 2019, during which our President & Founder, Bill Gross, served as Grand Marshal. They walked over a mile during the event, handing out candy and Farm Rescue materials bringing awareness to our mission!
Volunteer, Ken Enstrom, loading more seed onto the Farm Rescue air cart near New Salem, ND.