Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 1 Data

The initial Coronavirus Food Assistance Program, CFAP 1, provided direct relief to producers who faced price declines and additional marketing costs due to COVID-19.

USDA is implementing updates to the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program for producers of agricultural commodities marketed in 2020 who faced market disruptions due to COVID-19. This is part of a larger initiative to improve USDA pandemic assistance to producers. Learn more at farmers.gov/cfap.

The number of applications on this summary includes approved applications only. The payment figure represents payments disbursed. Data will be updated and released each Monday at 2 p.m. EDT.

Please note, this dashboard provides data for CFAP 1 only. CFAP 2 data is updated weekly at farmers.gov/cfap/data.

 

Additional CFAP Information

The application period for CFAP 1 ended on September 11.

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced an expansion of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) on March 24, 2021. This is part of a larger effort to reach a greater share of farming operations and improve USDA pandemic assistance. CFAP updates include reopening of Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 (CFAP 2), additional payments for eligible cattle and row crop producers, and the processing of payments for certain applications filed as part of CFAP Additional Assistance.

Visit farmers.gov/cfap for additional information on Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2, program eligibility, and how to apply once signup opens on April 5.

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 the pandemic. Some USDA offices are beginning to reopen to limited visitors by appointment only. Service Center staff also continue to work with agricultural producers via phone, email, and other digital tools. Learn more at farmers.gov/coronavirus.

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