Nebraska Rancher David Shuler has a holiday tradition of sharing cattle art with a feed wagon, his cattle herd, and a drone video camera. For 2020, he wanted to say thank you to the first responders and health care workers who have worked so hard this year during the COVID19 Pandemic. To do this he created the shape of an EKG and heart to say thank you through cattle art.
Let’s all help spread his message though our social media accounts to let the essential health care workers in our communities know that the essential agriculture workers appreciate their efforts. You can share his message using the following links:
Share through email using the video link: https://vimeo.com/493516321
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