The CFAP 2 program provides direct relief to producers facing market disruptions and associated costs because of COVID-19.
Immediate economic relief is available in the form of one-time grants of up to $40,000 per agricultural operation
We need each other in every single community across this great nation, urban and rural.
Expanding the pandemic response beyond the farm gate and into farming communities will be critical to ensuring the well-being of employees, their families and their neighbors.
Although guidance has been released, concerns exists on the reasonings of the limitations that have been put in place
The dramatic shift to online food purchasing by consumers has the been the biggest growth-driver during the pandemic
Sign-up for CFAP2 runs Sept. 21 through Dec. 11 through USDA’s Farm Service Agency county offices.
The coronavirus pandemic hit at a time when farmers and ranchers were continuing to struggle with low prices due to reduced exports.
Expansion of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program Begins Sept. 21
Although those in agriculture are known for their traditions, unparalleled hope and optimism, they face some realities that none of us can imagine