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A load of grass hay donated from the Colby, Kansas, area is unloaded at the Aurora Cooperative in Gibbon, Nebraska.

Over the years, Nebraskans have responded with aid when disaster has struck other parts of our nation. Now, it’s heartening to see ag-related donations coming into Nebraska from all over the country in the wake of the flood and blizzard emergency. Ag producers and companies in Nebraska’s immediate neighboring states are helping out, with aid also arriving from states as far away as Pennsylvania, Mississippi and Georgia. In the midst of the current heartache, a sense of humanity still shines bright. Nebraskans, true to their character, undoubtedly will pay these kindnesses forward in coming years.

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