Kinsey Ag is commited to helping those affected in Ukraine.
Kinsey Ag and our valued consultants are trying to help raise money for the needs of small farmers in Ukraine who are not able to get enough money to buy fertilizer, seed, etc. Some don’t have enough to plant any crops, so we want to do whatever we can to help. More can be learned on this from www.wrru.org.
We will be hosting a raffle for a quarter of beef that is being donated to our cause by Bill Casey, one of Kinsey Ag’s own consultants that raises grass-fed beef in Kansas. Each ticket will be 20$ per person and we can ship that beef anywhere in the 48 continental United States. The drawing will be held January 13th, 2023. This raffle only applies to US residents only, but don’t let that discourage anyone else from donating to this wonderful cause.
We encourage everyone to check out the website World to Rebuild Rural Ukraine, linked above. This organization receives 100% of the money for the sale of the tickets and other donations to use for helping small farmers in Ukraine who most need help to continue to farm due to the damages of the war being fought there.
If you would like to help, please consider buying a ticket, or donating to this cause using the following links:
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