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Michigan County Receives Urgent Designation

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Michigan County Receives Urgent Designation

The USDA has declared three disasters across Michigan and is providing FSA emergency assistance following this year’s extreme weather events.

Farmers in Allegan, Verien, Cass, Cheboygan, Ottawa, Presque Isle County, 12 neighboring counties in Michigan, and three counties in Indiana will be able to apply for emergency assistance for this spring’s frost and freezing event. became.

Farmers in Chippewa, Huron, Luce and Mackinac counties, which have been drought since May, have been designated as disasters along with six neighboring counties.

Excessive rainfall in June and July in Branch and Huron counties, and across the six neighboring counties, was also called a qualified disaster.

Farmers in the affected counties will need to apply for a loan to cover some of the losses until June next year.



Michigan County Receives Urgent Designation

https://brownfieldagnews.com/news/michigan-counties-receive-emergency-designation-2/ Michigan County Receives Urgent Designation

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