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Texas Cattle Raisers Still Accepting Disaster Applications

The Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association says applications remain open for help from the TSCRA Disaster Relief Fund. The help is available for cattle raisers impacted by wildfires in the Texas Panhandle and Western Oklahoma.

The cattle raisers association will distribute financial assistance to reduce the economic burdens incurred by cattle raisers from recent wildfire damages that were not covered through insurance or other means of aid. Ranchers and landowners from disaster-declared counties impacted by recent wildfires are eligible to apply in the open application period. The current application period does not have a set closing date, and it will remain open to ensure applicants can access funding. Producers are encouraged to apply within the first 60 days of the damage.

“As long as we have the funds and people continue to make donations, we will get funding to people who need help,” says TSCRA president Carl Ray Polk, Jr.

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