Three Dozen Goats Killed in Barn Fire

A barn fire in Boyle County kills more than a dozen goats, many of whom were expecting babies.

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KEdmonds - 12/26/2012 10:49 AM
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The owner, Donna Slack's insurance only covered the structure, nothing inside the barn. To make matters worse, the mortgage company has the option of keeping the insurance money and applying it toward her loan. If that happens she will have no money to build a new barn to give the horses, chickens and baby goat shelter, furthermore, she would not have money to replace the hay that was lost in the fire. She is going to need help.
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