May 27, 2020

Coronavirus Food Assistance Program Application Details

Beginning May 26th, USDA’s Farm Service Agency is accepting applications for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) from producers who have suffered losses. Indiana FSA Director Steve Brown and staff join Jim Mintert for a discussion on eligibility requirements, payment rates and application details of the 2020 CFAP program. Below, the recording is available in both video and podcast formats, and the slidedeck is also available for download.

 

 

Additional information is available from USDA at www.farmers.gov/CFAP.

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