SHIPSHEWANA — An outpouring of support was shown Monday after fire destroyed a popular business in Shipshewana. A community is coming together to help the owners recover. Co-owner Kevin Lambright had a chance to survey the fire damage Monday Morning. The fire gutted a livestock building on the complex. The building was used year-round. “Every Wednesday and actually every Friday as well to hold livestock after we had sold it, until its loaded out and so it’s a vital part of our operation,” Lambright said. He plans to rebuild once fire investigators go through the site, looking for a cause. He says he has already received an outpouring of support from friends, local contractors, builders and those in the Amish community, who have said they will help out where ever they can. “I do know for a fact we have a community that is very quick to come to the aid of others,” said Lambright. “[We] have already had this morning numerous individuals stop in and offering their help.” “You have a lot of community people coming to assist and if there is anything they can do, they will volunteer their time because this is a major part of the entire community,” said Jerry Akney, resident. Bob Yoder, who runs a nearby business, says you can count him in to help. “We have a great community here that we live in and this is what we do when unfortunate things happen, why we make ourselves available, to do whatever that extent is,” Yoder said. The owners did have insurance. Fire investigators spent the day looking through debris in efforts to determine a cause. There is still no word on what set it off.