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Disaster Relief Resources

NCBA is sending prayers to all of the folks and livestock facing natural disasters. To help with the relief efforts, please see below:


A flood fund has been established by the Oklahoma Cattlemen's Foundation (OCF) to help Cattlemen who have been affected by on-going statewide flooding in Oklahoma. 100% of donations will be distributed to ranchers who have been affected by the floods. You may
donate to this relief effort by mail or online. Make checks payable to Oklahoma Cattlemen's Foundation, with "Flood Relief" in the memo line and send to P.O. Box 82395., Oklahoma City, OK 73148.


OCF Release




The Nebraska Cattlemen Disaster Relief Fund in now accepting donations to help cattlemen and women recover from the flooding that followed the March snow storms. One hundred percent of all donations received will be distributed to Nebraska cattle producers affected by natural disasters, including recent wet weather events. The Nebraska Cattlemen Disaster Relief Fund is organized in the State of Nebraska as a not-for-profit corporation and will be seeking to quality as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization under which all donations made to the fund would be tax deductible for the donor in accordance with applicable federal tax laws. If  you'd like to donate other supplies or resources please contact Nebraska Department of Agriculture at 1-800-831-0550 or visit them online.


Nebraska Farm Bureau established a Disaster Relief Fund at the Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation to provide emergency aid to Nebraska farmers, ranchers, and rural communities affected by recent storms and flooding. Priority will be given to efforts to restore health and safety in rural communities and to farm and ranch households that have been damaged or displaced by the natural disaster. 100% of the donations will be distributed to Nebraska farmers, ranchers, and rural communities affected by the disaster.This fund is a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit established in the Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation. Any donations made are tax-deductible.




South Dakota
Farmers and ranchers in South Dakota are experience flooding following the massive March snow storms and snow melt. Additional flooding is expected as a result of continual melting snow. South Dakota State University has organized a list of various resources. You can find information for carcass disposal, flood clean up, coping with disaster for families and children and much more.

Additional information can be found at SD Department of Public Safety.