Wellacrest Farms, est. 1943, located in Mullica Hill NJ, has been devastated by the tornado that ripped through their operation on the evening of September 1, 2021. Wellacrest, a state landmark, produces more than 17 million pounds of milk a year, delivering dairy to customers for almost 80 years. The aftermath of this event is overwhelming and the losses will continue to grow over the coming days.
The family is heroically utilizing the resources they have left to accommodate the needs of their cows, but every facility has been damaged by this storm in a catastrophic way. Many of the barns, hay barn, silos holding grain, equipment for field and barn yard and fields that were planted for fall harvest and winter feed are completely lost. This will be an extreme financial hardship for the family to endure, and they have a long road ahead towards recovery.
Wellacrest Farms has illustrated strong commitment for the well being of their cows which in turn has proven their commitment to their community over time. The farm has been blessed with many neighboring farmers who have the expertise to safely help on site. They have been tirelessly working towards clean up through the night and their efforts are on going but not enough.
To secure Wellacrest’s future and for our dedicated farming community to be most effective, they need more support. Please consider donating for this important cause that will aid in their recovery. We guarantee every dollar will go towards the rebuilding of this fundamental landmark.
Please help and give back to a family who has served so many for so long.
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