Countryside Feed contributes $2,600 for HES kids

Byron Noeth, of Countryside Feed, LLC, presents a check for $2,600 to Autumn Hardey, Hillsboro Elemen­tary School counselor. The check was part of the $18,000 total that Countryside Feed distributed to seven schools in the Hillsboro and central Kansas region for the “Drive to Feed Kids” program. Part­nering with Nutra Blend Corp., Countryside Feed made these funds available to assist food-insecure children while educating society about the positive, true nature of modern agriculture so children won’t go hungry in the future. Nutra Blend launched “Drive to Feed Kids” in 2014. Since its inception, millions of meals have been provided for food-insecure kids across the country.

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