Posted February 06, 2018 08:54:08When the phone ring came in from a farmer in Texas, he couldn’t believe it.
A friend, a relative or someone from the surrounding area called to say they were going through a severe drought and needed help.
It turned out the phone number of the local sheriff was a farm phone.
So the sheriff called, and he and his crew arrived, set up a temporary mobile home, set it up and put the animals to sleep.
It’s been a week since the phone call, and things are going pretty well.
“We had to do it a few times, but we didn’t have to,” said the sheriff, a native of the region.
The phone calls have paid off.
The animals are healthy and happy and they’re getting plenty of exercise.
“It’s like a good reward for all the hard work,” said Sarah, one of the animals.
She said the calls are helping to raise awareness and money for the ranch, which provides housing for livestock and poultry.
Sarah said the animals are not just food.
They’re also companions, helping to keep her farm in business.
Sarah works in a similar type of farming operation with her husband and two kids.
She also runs a food pantry in the area, which helps the community feed hungry people.
“A lot of these animals are just so thankful, just grateful,” she said.
“They are not only food, they are the animals that make this farm run,” she added.
Sarah is proud of her work and the community, and the animals help her keep her operation running.
“These animals are really good friends and it makes us all happy to have them around,” she told National Geographic.
The cattle, horses and pigs that are at the ranch are all fed a diet of chicken, turkey and corn.
The sheriff said he plans to bring back a couple of chickens, as well as two goats and a cow, but the ranch is already running on two weeks of rain.
Sarah told National Geographics that she hopes the calls to the mobile home will be enough to help her animals, so the community can get out of the way and enjoy the sun and the fresh air.