In Denver, Colorado, the farmers on the high plains of the western section of the country are facing serious problems as they are struggling to cope up with the drought that was gifted after the massive multiple destructive wildfires occur in the regions. Though, the high mountainous region still has deep snow, which is slightly melting through the streams as the heats are going on, but still in the highlands is dry and non-productive.
As per many reports circulated through the government offices, four American states suffer the worse due to the destructive wildfires, which repels most of the productive zones into devastated regions. Drought or near-drought condition is spread everywhere in these states, which approximately is 2,100 square miles of farmlands that came under fire in the month of March. The fire also took six human lives, plus 20,000 cattle and pigs and a total estimation of $55 million worth of farm goods.
Many farmers and ranchers stated about their situation, which they related to total devastation both economically and mentally, but they are also expecting worse due to the drought they are facing. And, they think this will be like this until next the month, where rain might come to their doorstep and spread over the dry regions.
Some farmers and ranchers are looking forward to the students and 4-H members who are the NGOs, who came to these places and lend a helping hand to clean up the mess and offers feeds, fencing materials, and more importantly money.