A latest donation from a Redding Township farm reduce the Inexperienced Group’s lead within the Head to Head: Inexperienced vs. Purple competitors on the Neighborhood Basis of Jackson County.
Mike Pfaffenberger with D and B Pfaffenberger and Sons Farms not too long ago donated soybeans to the muse’s Giving a Reward of Grain program. The present was directed to the Jackson County Neighborhood Endowment, which helps finance the autumn grant cycle.
The Pfaffenbergers have donated by means of this system prior to now.
“It might sound like a cliché, however our household is dedicated to giving again,” Pfaffenberger mentioned. “We’re blessed, good years or dangerous, and we really feel the necessity to give again and assist others. And when you can’t give this yr with the harvest we’re having, I’m undecided if you would. Good or dangerous, all of us want to provide one thing.”
This yr’s present was directed to the Purple Group. Anybody can donate to the pleasant competitors that pits supporters of these massive inexperienced tractors versus supporters of these massive purple machines.
A $25 donation entitles the donor to solid one vote for his or her favourite gear line. A $100 donation entitles the donor to 5 votes. You’ll be able to vote by sending a verify to P.O. Field 1231, Seymour, IN 47274 or by logging on at cfjacksoncounty.org and clicking on the Donate Now button.
Proper now, the Inexperienced Group leads with 68% of the vote. Its lead had been 98%.
This system permits farmers to donate grain to the muse, which in flip sells the grain. Farmers can select an current fund during which to put the present.
Collaborating grain elevators embrace Premier Ag in Cortland, Bundy Brothers in Medora, Rose Acre Farms in Cortland and Tampico Grain close to Crothersville.
For details about this system or its companion program, Giving a Reward of Livestock, name the muse at 812-523-4483 or ship an electronic mail to president@cf jacksoncounty.org.