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Explore USDA Farm Loans
Learn about USDA loan options that might be right for you by answering a few short questions in our Farm Loan Discovery Tool.View Tool
Hemp Crop Insurance Available in 2020
The 2018 Farm Bill reclassified and legalized industrial hemp production. Hemp growers will be eligible for many USDA programs once policies are in place.View Page
Prevented or Delayed Planting
Did heavy rainfall, flooding, or other weather events prevent or delay planting on your farm? USDA provides resources to help.Learn More
Discover Disaster Assistance Programs
Did you recently suffer loss or damage due to a natural disaster? Learn about USDA disaster assistance programs that might be right for you by completing five simple steps.View Tool
Create Your H-2A Visa Checklist
Do you need seasonal or temporary workers for planting, cultivating, and harvesting crops but domestic workers are in short supply? Answer a few short questions to create your personalized H-2A visa checklist.Get Started
Learn About the 2018 Farm Bill
The 2018 Farm Bill, enacted December 20, 2018, builds upon many of the crucial programs that serve America’s farmers, ranchers, and land stewards.Visit the Farm Bill Page
Find Your Local Service Center
We are committed to delivering USDA services to America’s farmers and ranchers while taking safety measures in response to COVID-19. While employees continue to staff our Service Centers, they are only available for phone appointments at this time. While access is restricted to the buildings, our services are still available via phone appointment or online. Learn more at farmers.gov/coronavirus.
USDA Service Centers are locations where you can connect with Farm Service Agency and Natural Resources Conservation Service employees for your business needs. Enter your state and county to ﬁnd your local service center and agency offices.
Visit the Risk Management Agency website to ﬁnd a regional or compliance office or to ﬁnd an insurance agent near you.
Farmers.gov provides farmers, ranchers, private foresters, and agricultural producers with online self-service applications, educational materials, engagement opportunities, and business tools to increase efficiency and productivity while preserving and fostering long-held traditional relationships between local USDA offices and producers.View Our Farmers.gov Playbook