Donations Requested to Assist Farmers and Ranchers in Kentucky Devastated by Tornadoes

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Below are the first five county requests received since the launch of the program. A donor of the items may select the county they wish to work with or may allow KDA and Extension to make that determination. Please review the listed items below and if you wish to make a donation, email me (KeithL.Rogers@ky.gov)  the item(s), selected county, and your contact information. Additional information about your ability to deliver, timeline or availability of the items would also be helpful.

We encourage you to share this email and information with customers, vendors, and your network of friends that might be willing to help or have contacts with companies that may be willing to assist in this effort.

Caldwell County

  1. a)Barbed Wire- 50 rolls
  2. b)48 inch woven wire- 4 pallets
  3. c)6 foot T-posts-2000
  4. d)Fence post drivers- 25
  5. e)Fencing pliers- 50 pair
  6. f)Hammers- 50
  7. g)8’ X 8” wood posts- 500
  8. h)Metal electric fence posts-2500
  9. i)¼ mile electric fence wire- 50 rolls
  10. j)Electric fence insulators for round metal posts- 5000
  11. k)Electric fence insulators for t-posts- 5000
  12. l)Solar Fence Chargers- 10
  13. m)Ground Rods for fence Chargers- 10
  14. n)Barbed Wire fence stretchers- 50
  15. o)Woven wire stretchers- 50
  16. p)2” fence staples-100 lbs
  17. q)10’X20’ Tarps- 50
  18. r)1’ Bungee Cords-200
  19. s)2’ Bungee Cords- 200
  20. t)Rope- 1000 ft
  21. u)Hi- mag mineral- 1 pallet
  22. v)Cattle mineral feeders- 6
  23. w)Bagged cattle feed- 2-3 tons
  24. x)Large Leather work gloves- 25 pair
  25. y)Extra Large Leather work gloves- 75 pair
  26. z)Chainsaws- 15
  27. aa)Bar Oil For Chain Saw- 15 gallons
  28. bb)Chain Sharpeners- 15
  29. cc)4” screws- 20 pounds
  30. dd)Tire plugs- 100
  31. ee)Magnetic Bar Tractor Mount- 2
  32. ff)Round Magnetic hand help sticks- 20
  33. gg)Safety glasses- 50
  34. hh)Rain gear- 50
  35. ii)Rakes- 50
  36. jj)Shovels-50

Graves County

  1. a)Roofing metal and screws- 300 Sheets 12’
  2. b)Barbed Wire- 50 rolls
  3. c)48 inch woven wire- 8 pallets
  4. d)6 foot T-posts with clips-2500
  5. e)Fence post drivers- 20
  6. f)Fencing pliers- 20 pair
  7. g)Hammers- 50
  8. h)8’ X 8” wood posts- 500
  9. i)Metal electric fence posts-2500
  10. j)¼ mile electric fence wire- 50 rolls
  11. k)Electric fence insulators for round metal posts- 5000
  12. l)Electric fence insulators for t-posts- 5000
  13. m)Solar Fence Chargers- 10
  14. n)Ground Rods for fence Chargers- 50
  15. o)Poly Wire- 20 Rolls
  16. p)Barbed Wire fence stretchers- 20
  17. q)Woven wire stretchers- 20
  18. r)2” fence staples-100 lbs
  19. s)10’X20’ Tarps- 100
  20. t)1’ Bungee Cords-200
  21. u)2’ Bungee Cords- 200
  22. v)Rope- 1000 ft
  23. w)Hi- mag mineral- 2 pallets
  24. x)Cattle mineral feeders- 6
  25. y)Bagged cattle feed- 3-5 tons
  26. z)10’ feed bunks- 15
  27. aa)150 gallon water trough- 6
  28. bb)Hay rings- 10
  29. cc)16’ Heavy Duty Gates-6
  30. dd)14’ Heavy Duty Gates- 6
  31. ee)12’ Heavy Duty Gates- 6
  32. ff)Large Leather work gloves- 25 pair
  33. gg)Extra Large Leather work gloves- 75 pair

Hopkins County

  1. a)Barbed Wire- 50 rolls
  2. b)48 inch woven wire- 4 pallets
  3. c)6 foot T-posts-2000
  4. d)Fence post drivers- 25
  5. e)Fencing pliers- 50 pair
  6. f)Hammers- 50
  7. g)8’ X 8” wood posts- 500
  8. h)Metal electric fence posts-2500
  9. i)¼ mile electric fence wire- 50 rolls
  10. j)Electric fence insulators for round metal posts- 5000
  11. k)Electric fence insulators for t-posts- 5000
  12. l)Solar Fence Chargers- 10
  13. m)Ground Rods for fence Chargers- 10
  14. n)Barbed Wire fence stretchers- 50
  15. o)Woven wire stretchers- 50
  16. p)2” fence staples-100 lbs
  17. q)10’X20’ Tarps- 50
  18. r)1’ Bungee Cords-200
  19. s)2’ Bungee Cords- 200
  20. t)Rope- 1000 ft
  21. u)Hi- mag mineral- 1 pallet
  22. v)Cattle mineral feeders- 6
  23. w)Bagged cattle feed- 2-3 tons
  24. x)Large Leather work gloves- 25 pair
  25. y)Extra Large Leather work gloves- 75 pair

Marshall County

  1. a)Barbed Wire- 50 rolls
  2. b)48 inch woven wire- 8 pallets
  3. c)6 foot T-posts with clips-2500
  4. d)Fence post drivers- 25
  5. e)Fencing pliers- 50 pair
  6. f)Hammers- 50
  7. g)8’ X 8” wood posts- 500
  8. h)Metal electric fence posts-2500
  9. i)¼ mile electric fence wire- 50 rolls
  10. j)Electric fence insulators for round metal posts- 5000
  11. k)Electric fence insulators for t-posts- 5000
  12. l)Solar Fence Chargers- 10
  13. m)Ground Rods for fence Chargers- 10
  14. n)Barbed Wire fence stretchers- 50
  15. o)Woven wire stretchers- 50
  16. p)2” fence staples-100 lbs
  17. q)10’X20’ Tarps- 50
  18. r)1’ Bungee Cords-200
  19. s)2’ Bungee Cords- 200
  20. t)Rope- 1000 ft
  21. u)Hi- mag mineral- 2 pallets
  22. v)Cattle mineral feeders- 6
  23. w)Bagged cattle feed- 3-5 tons
  24. x)10’ feed bunks- 15
  25. y)150 gallon water trough- 6
  26. z)Hay rings- 10
  27. aa)Rolls of Hay- 50
  28. bb)Square Bales of Hay- 200
  29. cc)Alfalfa Square Hay for dairy goats- 100
  30. dd)16’ Heavy Duty Gates-6
  31. ee)14’ Heavy Duty Gates- 6
  32. ff)12’ Heavy Duty Gates- 6
  33. gg)Large Leather work gloves- 25 pair
  34. hh)Extra Large Leather work gloves- 75 pair

Muhlenberg County (This county was the first to report and was shared in Sunday’s email before the launch of KADD, some of the items have been provided. This list is adjusted to the current needs)

  1. a)Barbed Wire- 2 rolls
  2. b)48 inch woven wire- 4 pallets
  3. c)6 foot T-posts-1460
  4. d)8’ X 8” wood posts- 500
  5. e)Metal electric fence posts-2300
  6. f)¼ mile electric fence wire- 38 rolls
  7. g)Electric fence insulators for round metal posts- 4250
  8. h)Electric fence insulators for t-posts- 4375
  9. i)Solar Fence Chargers- 6
  10. j)Ground Rods for fence Chargers- 10
  11. k)Barbed Wire fence stretchers- 49
  12. l)Woven wire stretchers- 50
  13. m)2” fence staples-100 lbs
  14. n)10’X20’ Tarps- 25
  15. o)1’ Bungee Cords-200
  16. p)2’ Bungee Cords- 200
  17. q)Rope- 1000 ft
  18. r)Hi- mag mineral- 1 ½ ton
  19. s)Cattle mineral feeders- 5
  20. t)Large Leather work gloves- 19 pair
  21. u)Extra Large Leather work gloves- 75 pair