Federal Relief For Crop Growers Impacted By Disasters During Pandemic

USDA has opened signups for producers who experienced losses from natural disasters over the past two years.  A total of $6 billion is available in the form of emergency relief payments through the Farm Service Agency to offset crop yield and value losses.  Missouri FSA Executive Director Joe Aull…

Aull says the signups will take part in two phases.

Qualifying natural disaster events include wildfires, floods, derechos, excessive heat, winter storms, smoke exposure, excessive moisture, and extreme or prolonged severe drought conditions.  Signups and additional details are available from your county Farm Service Agency office.