USDA Announces Additional Direct Assistance to Farmers Impacted by COVID-19

More money is coming to farmers impacted by market disruptions and other costs brought on by the coronavirus crisis.

President Donald Trump says $14 billion will go to agricultural producers.

The money from the CARES Act and Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act will support crops, livestock, specialty crops, dairy and other commodities.

There is a payment limit of $250,000 per person.

You must sign up to get some of the money.

Signup for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program starts September 21 and is open through December 11.

For additional information or to fill out an application form, click here.

Categories: Coronavirus, Coronavirus Support