Tuesday, July 26, 2016
farmland

Agricultural producers are reminded to consult with FSA and NRCS before breaking out new ground for production purposes as doing so without prior authorization may put a producer's federal farm program benefits in jeopardy.
grain bins

Visit a Farm Service Agency office and take a Market Assistance Loan out on your stored bushels in the bin.

Producers who have planted fall seeded grains such as wheat, rye or barley need to report their crop acreages to their local FSA office by Dec. 15. Producers who are interested in the 2016 NAP may need to apply for coverage by Nov. 20, depending on the commodity they want to insure.
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The FSA provides a receipt to customers who request or receive assistance or information on FSA programs.
corn kernels and dollar bills

Corn, soybeans, and wheat are just a few of the crops available for a program called Marketing Assistance Loans.
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As you begin to look ahead to the next crop year , it is not too early to begin to consider expanding your storage capacity.

Signup for the 2016 program year has been extended to Nov. 20, 2015.

Land that has been in hay or pasture for any number of years can meet eligibility for enrollment.

September brings two significant deadlines for major FSA programs: ARC/PLC and Margin Protection Program.

Enrollment for Dairy Margin Protection Program ends Sept. 30, for coverage in 2016.
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