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Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP)

This video highlights how the USDA CFAP payments are calculated based on various scenarios for dairy, grain and livestock. We explain the information you will need to provide when you apply via your local FSA office.

Additional information from USDA including the payment calculator and application can be found at farmers.gov/cfap.

Texas A&M has additional resources on CFAP.

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Steps for Managing COVID-19 Uncertainty

A guide to managing market volatility, potential supply chain disrupters and more in this era of COVID-19.

Jan 21, 2020 | Crop Insurance

Indemnity Payments for 2019 - A Measure of Crop Insurance's Value

"This gives you an idea how important crop insurance can be in helping producers meet their obilgations." Tony Jesina – Frontier Farm Credit SVP for insurance

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