Local farmer’s road trip to Kansas was a success

Cutler farmer Dean Gangwer spear-headed a plan to haul hay to farmers affected by wild fires in Kansas. (Photo Provided/Dean Gangwer)
Photo provided by Deam Gangwer shows the wild fire damage in Kansas.

CUTLER, Ind. (WLFI) — A local farmer says his push to help those affected by wild fires in Kansas was a success.

As News 18 previously reported, Cutler farmer Dean Gangwer spear-headed a plan to haul hay to farmers who need it most.

Gangwer sent News 18 plenty of photos along the trip, including ones showing the damage left behind by the fires.

Many cattle died and the ones that survived currently have little to graze on.

The hay left Carroll County Friday morning and safely arrived the following day.

Gangwer says he just wanted to help those who help feed America.