Iowa group rushes to rescue flood-stranded animals

MILLS COUNTY, Iowa- A southwest Iowa non-profit, animal rescue organization has been responding to flooded areas of western Iowa and eastern Nebraska.

Lusco Farms Rescue of Malvern in Mills County has posted pictures of flood rescues of three ponies and one donkey.

Lusco also says they're trying to come up with a plan to distribute hay once flood waters recede. They're trying to line up a location, for hay distribution for about one month. Lusco's also calling for volunteers to help stack squares and help at the distribution site. The organization is also looking for equipment to unload round bales off a semi, and donated round and square bales of quality grass or alfalfa hay.

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