FSA extends prevent plant reporting deadline to July 15th for some states

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FSA extends prevent plant reporting deadline to July 15th for some states

USDA’s Farm Service
Agency has extended the deadline to report prevent plant acres in some states.

Producers in
10 states including Missouri, Ohio, Michigan, New York, Wisconsin, Illinois,
Indiana, Iowa, Vermont and Nebraska now have until July 15th to report
acres they intended to plant this spring but could not due to weather conditions.

The new
deadline is the same as the FSA crop acreage reporting deadline that was
already in place.

The July 15th extension does not apply to Risk Management Agency crop insurance reporting deadlines or crops covered by FSA’s Non-insured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP).

Producers should contact their local FSA office for more information.

2019-07-05T09:00:28-05:00Agriculture News|