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Learn our process doesn’t deliver every agricultural resource, tool or story for farmers, ranchers and foresters – and it doesn’t pretend to. Instead, we’re talking to our customers and field employees, many farmers and ranchers themselves. We’re building around those ideas, adding small content and features often for the greatest immediate value.

Right now, has wide open space, a few fence posts and a little know-how. Check back often for new information and features on how you prepare for and recover from disaster.

Agriculture is a risky business. USDA is here to help you prepare, recover and build long-term resilience to natural disasters.
When disaster strikes, USDA Disaster Resource Center can help you find information about specific disasters and emergencies and connect with state and local help. You can even view, print and download a quick reference guide to USDA Disaster Resources for Farmers, Ranchers and Communities.
Learn about the 2017 Wildfires and Hurricanes Indemnity Program

Are you a farmer or rancher impacted by a hurricane or wildfire in 2017?

USDA Farm Service Agency is making disaster payments to agricultural producers to offset losses from hurricanes as well as devastating wildfires during 2017. Learn how the 2017 Wildfires and Hurricanes Indemnity Program can help you.

Find Other Disaster Assistance Programs

Check back this summer, June 2018, for a new interactive disaster assistance tool. The tool will deliver a customized list of potential disaster assistance options for you, based on your answers to a few simple questions.

Until then, you’ll find disaster assistance programs specific to farm production and conservation on USDA Farm Service Agency and Natural Resources Conservation Service websites.

Manage Your Risk

Prepare for disaster before it strikes. Visit USDA Risk Management Agency’s website for crop insurance information and use the Agent Locator to find a crop insurance agent near you.

Visit our Manage page for more resources.