USDA Announces More Eligible Commodities for CFAP

Application Deadline Extended to Sept. 11, and Producers Who Have Approved Applications to Receive Final Payments.

So what does this mean?  The USDA’s CFAP - Coronavirus Food Assistance Program - was developed to provide a bit of financial relief to farmers and ranchers. During the first round of relief money, sheep producers were eligible for $7.00 per head of sheep for sheep less than 2 years old.

The program has been expanded to include ALL sheep and the deadline extended to 09/11.

Applying for this money is a simple, fast process. Check out the details:


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