Iowa’s Favorite Beer And Tractor Are Teaming Up To Help Farmers
A few months ago, we got a sneak peek of Busch Light’s latest partnership to support farmers—and now Iowans will be able to show their support by drinking.
From May 16 to July 3, people who buy limited edition ‘For the Farmers’ 24 or 30-pack of 12oz Busch Light will feature the John Deere logo and equipment. These cans will be available across the country.
For each case sold during this time, Busch Light will donate $1 to Farm Rescue- up to $100,000. John Deere will then match Busch Lights' donation.
To help support the cause, look for these cans at the stores:
Farm Rescue helps farmers and ranchers who have experienced a major illness, injury, or national disaster by providing equipment and labor for time-sensitive services.
It's Not Just Beer
To help raise awareness for Farm Rescue, Bush Light and John Deere will also host a cornhole event in Wisconsin! On Saturday, May 21, the companies will host Cornfield Cornhole in Big Blend Wisconsin where John Deere Equipment will catapult hay bales wrapped in the ‘For the Farmers’ graphics across a cornfield to an oversized cornhole board.
This isn’t the first time Busch Light and Farm Rescue have partnered up.
Since 2019, Bush Light has raised over $750,000 in donations for Farm Rescue Foundation. The popular Corn Cans have helped build barns and shed billboards to support farmers across the country.
If you are a farmer or rancher in need of assistance, be sure to apply for assistance on Farm Rescue's website.