By Jack Money Business Writer email@example.comWildfires that burned parts of Dewey and Woodward counties in northwest Oklahoma earlier this year weren't as big as the 2017 fires that burned parts of Oklahoma's Panhandle and Kansas. But this year's fires impacted far more farming and ranching operations, and the latest information about some relief efforts illustrates how big that impact was. Ranchers, farmers, city-folks who wanted to help and agricultural credit and insurance programs put together programs to help impacted Oklahomans who work the land to grow crops or raise cattle. So far, it appears that about $900,000 has been raised and distributed. The fires burned about 350,000 acres, consuming pastures, hay, fences, barns and dozens of...
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Farmers, ranchers and folks contributed about $900,000 to help out Oklahoma wildfire victims