The State of Nebraska released some numbers Sunday to help quantify the recent flooding and blizzard in the state.
Officials also included information for residents as the recovery continues.
Dozens of donations were collected to help farmers and ranchers, as the Nebraska Department of Agriculture reported. The donations: 12 for equipment; 14 for transportation; 13 for fencing; 70 for hay; 14 for other types of animal feed; 10 for animal supplies; 26 for services and labor, including veterinary care; seven offers to coordinate a local donation drive; three offers of pasture and two offers of animal housing.
The department logged 59 requests for help, for both short-term needs like feed and longer-term items like fencing.
More information is available at 800-831-0550 or nda.nebraska.gov. The main needs right now are for hay, fencing, volunteers and equipment, according to the department.
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Sheets of ice killed 12 bulls at the Ruzicka ranch.
Ice buried the Ruzickas' breeding bulls.
Taking corn to feed the surviving pigs at Eric Alberts' property.
Eric Alberts' land had only been accessible by boat until Monday.
Eric Alberts saved many animals in the flood but had to leave others behind.
Some pigs were able to swim out and survived.
The floodwaters are starting to recede.
About 50 cattle survived by getting to higher ground.
Eric Alberts could have up to $600,000 worth of damage.
An ice-filled farm near Lynch, Nebraska.
Ice chunks left by the flood at a house in Verdel, Nebraska.
Ice chunks stacked up next to a pickup in Verdel, Nebraska.
Of the 606 community public water systems in the state, 14 were temporarily unable to provide water to customers, nine boil-water advisories have been issued and five do-not-consume advisories have been issued, according to the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality.
The department helped set up mobile testing labs in Fremont, Norfolk and Verdigre to help private well owners determine water quality. Samples were tested for coliform and E. coli bacteria, and about a third of the results indicated the presence of bacteria.
The department said it's working with 94 animal feeding operations to make sure that wastewater lagoons are able to sustain their integrity during flooding and increased runoff conditions. The department said it has also helped residents with the proper care of hazardous substances and flood debris .
People who have lost livestock were asked to take photos to document losses and bury animals according to regulations.
Health and Human Services
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services said it helped move more than 400 pallets of bottled water, enough to fill about 21 semitrailer trucks.
The department has been tracking the availability of hospital and emergency medical services. One hospital, in Lynch, had to stop taking patients because of flood damage.
Eight nursing homes were evacuated, affecting more than 200 residents, who have begun moving back, the department said.
It said that two assisted living facilities were evacuated and that those residents have since been allowed to return.
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People watch from the Huron Street bridge as water from Willow Creek flows just under bridge in Missouri Valley, Iowa on Wednesday, March 13, 2019.
The junction of Highway 275 and Highway 91 is flooded on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 just north of Scribner, Nebraska.
Cody Stump walks through a flooded street in Hooper, Nebraska, on Wednesday, March 13, 2019.
High water rolls through a street in Hooper, Nebraska, on Wednesday, March 13, 2019.
High water floods a street in Hooper, Nebraska, near a trailer park on March 13.
High water floods a street in Hooper, Nebraska, near an old bank building on Wednesday, March 13, 2019.
Standing water from melting snow and rain reflects the evening sky as a truck travels north on Highway 275 near Fremont, Nebraska, on Wednesday, March 13, 2019.
Crews from the Ashland, Mead and Yutan Fire and Rescue assist with evacuating the final residents in Ashland, Nebraska om Thursday, March 14, 2019.
Crews from the Ashland, Mead and Yutan Fire and Rescue assist with evacuating the final residents in Ashland, Nebraska Thursday, March 14, 2019.
Nebraska State Patrol Trooper Keith Bell surveys the water levels as floodwaters continue to rise near Salt Creek in Ashland, Nebraska, Thursday, March 14, 2019.
Sean Hanger, of Ashland and his son Aiden, navigate the floodwaters which continue to rise near Jack Anderson Ball Park in Ashland, Nebraska, Thursday, March 14, 2019.
Floodwaters continue to rise as mailboxes are consumed near Furnas Street and N. 15th Street in Ashland, Nebraska, Thursday, March 14, 2019.
Residents are rescued from a flooded area near Missouri Valley, Iowa on Thursday March 14, 2019.
Jenna Muntz stands behind a row of sandbags as she takes a photo of the rising floodwaters in Cedar Creek, Nebraska on Thursday, March 14, 2019.
A semitrailer truck that tried crossing Bell Creek in Arlington, Nebraska, was swept off the road by fast moving floodwaters.
Both Iowa and Nebraska were hit hard by flooding earlier this year and are in need of the disaster aid. Bell Creek, on the east side of Arlington, Nebraska flooded parts of the town on Thursday, March 14.
Blake Japp pulls his remote control truck out of the water while playing in the shallow floodwaters of Bell Creek on Thursday, March 14, 2019, in Arlington, Nebraska.
Bell Creek, on the east side of Arlington, Nebraska flooded parts of the town on March 14.
People navigate over giant chunks of ice that were thrown by floodwaters near River Resort in Yutan, Neb Thursday March 14, 2019.
A flooded home near Mosquito Creek in Council Bluffs, Iowa on Thursday, March 14, 2019.
Two corn cobs float in floodwaters near Mosquito Creek in Council Bluffs, Iowa on Thursday, March 14, 2019.
A Blackhawk helicopter hovers over Waterloo on Friday March 15.
A cow makes his way through floodwaters near Columbus, Nebraska on Friday, March 15, 2019.
A house is surrounded by floodwaters near Waterloo, Nebraska on Friday, March 15, 2019.
Floodwaters run through the town of Rogers, Nebraska on Friday, March 15, 2019.
Highway 75's northbound lane is closed due to flooding near MerrittÕs Beach RV Park on Friday, March 15, 2019.
Cars drive drive across a flooded Platte River on Highway 50 just north of Louisville on Friday, March 15.
Water covers a road near Valley, Nebraska on Friday, March 15, 2019.
Brent Schwindt of Norfolk, Nebraska, holds his son Paul, 4 months, as his wife Lacey Hansen sleeps on a blow up mattress at Lutheran High Northeast on Thursday, March 14, 2019, in Norfolk. The school was being used as an evacuation shelter for people affected by flooding in the area.
Motorists are forced to turn around as West Maple Road west of 216th Street is closed as floodwaters rise over the road near the Elkhorn River in Elkhorn, Nebraska, Friday, March 15, 2019.
A crowd of people gather to overlook the floodwaters which continue to rise along the Missouri River in Plattsmouth, Nebraska, Friday, March 15, 2019.
Homes, vehicles and RV's are submerged in floodwaters that continue to rise along the Missouri River in Plattsmouth, Nebraska, Friday, March 15, 2019.
Adam Jensen races to load his Lincoln Navigator outside his home near Mayne and Condron Streets in Valley, Nebraska. With three kids and a dog they plan to head to a hotel in Iowa. Valley residents were ordered to evacuate because of flooding on Friday, March 15, 2019.
CJ Cunningham holds his German shorthair Cazz after they were rescued from the King Lake area Friday, March 15, 2019.
Water flows over Highway 30 between Fremont and Arlington, Nebraska on March 15.