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Flood Response: Reclaiming Fields After Flooding

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Recent heavy rainfall has caused considerable flood damage to fields bordering streams and rivers in the area. A response meeting has been pulled together to assist farmers, specifically in the Little Blue River area, who have had extreme field and property damage from the rapidly moving flood waters. K-State Research and Extension personnel, NRCS engineers and technicians, FSA directors, and ...

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Marshall County Extension To Host Webinar On Farm Bill

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Marshall County Extension will host an hour long webinar on the 2014 Farm Bill, Thursday October 2, beginning at 10 a.m. at Marysville City Hall. The decision aid tool, developed by Kansas State and Oklahoma State Universities will assist farmers in calculating their new crop base allocation and program yield. Results presented in both current and updated base acres can help determine if updating with ...

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FSA Filing Deadline Extended To June 23rd

The filing deadline expiration is June 23rd for farmer and ranchers in Marshall, Washington, and Riley Counties needing credit as a result of storms last summer, July 22nd – August 16th. For information, contact the FSA office in Seneca at (785) 336-2164.

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Emergency Loans Available From Farm Service Agency (FSA)

“Farmers in Washington County, who suffered crop or livestock losses due to severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes and flooding occurring July 22, 2013 through August 16, 2013 may now apply for Farm Service Agency (FSA) emergency loans,” FSA Farm Loan Manager Kay A. McCoy, said today. Marshall and Riley Counties also became eligible under existing legislation which provides that farmers ...

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Kansas FSA Accepting County Committee Nominations

Kansas Farm Service Agency is accepting nominations for local FSA county committees, now through August first. County committees remain a vital link between the farm community and USDA, and provide an opportunity for farmers and ranchers opinions and ideas to be heard. To be eligible, candidates must participate, or cooperate in, a program administered by FSA be eligible to vote ...

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Expiration deadline for FSA Loan Assistance approaching

The expiration date for filing applications for Emergency Disaster (EM) loans by farmers and ranchers in Marshall, Nemaha, Pottawatomie and Riley Counties is May 1, 2013, according to Kay A. McCoy, Farm Loan Manager, for the Farm Service Agency (FSA). Those needing farm credit as a result of drought, excessive heat and high winds on January 1, 2012 and continuing ...

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Another FSA filing deadline is April 15

The expiration date for filing applications for Emergency Disaster (EM) loans by farmers and ranchers in Nemaha, Marshall and Pottawatomie Counties is April 15, 2013, according to Kay A. McCoy, Farm Loan Manager, for the Farm Service Agency (FSA). Those needing farm credit as a result of drought on August 7, 2012 and continuing and who think they are eligible ...

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One FSA filing deadline is April 8

The expiration date for filing applications for Emergency Disaster (EM) loans by farmers and ranchers in Nemaha, Marshall, Pottawatomie and Riley Counties is April 8, 2013, according to Kay A. McCoy, Farm Loan Manager, for the Farm Service Agency (FSA). Those needing farm credit as a result of drought on June 12, 2012 and continuing and who think they are ...

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FSA loans available to Marshall and Nemaha County farmers

“Farmers in Marshall and Nemaha Counties, who suffered crop or livestock losses due to drought occurring November 15, 2012 and continuing may now apply for Farm Service Agency (FSA) emergency loans,” FSA Farm Loan Manager Kay a. McCoy, said today. Pottawatomie and Riley Counties also became eligible under existing legislation which provides that farmers in counties bordering on those which ...

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FSA Emergency loans available to farmers

Farmers in Nemaha County, who suffered crop or livestock losses due to drought occurring August 7, 2012 and continuing may now apply for Farm Service Agency (FSA) emergency loans,” FSA Farm Loan Manager Kay A. McCoy, said today. Marshall and Pottawatomie Counties also became eligible under existing legislation which provides that farmers in counties bordering on those which have been ...

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