Taking partnership to the next level.
Together we walk fence lines and complete loan applications. We plan farm and land improvements. And we work through your options during the unexpected.
But sometimes, you’re just looking for a water irrigation podcast or a local risk management agent. Maybe you want to check your loan balance, submit an acreage report, or complete a form.
No problem. That’s why we’re building farmers.gov – a dynamic customer-driven website with an authenticated portal for business transactions.
As farmers.gov grows, you’ll have the option to make appointments with us, manage your accounts, apply for programs online, and much more. Grow with us.
Available now on the farmers.gov portal.
Are you an existing USDA Farm Service Agency, Natural Resources Conservation Service, or Risk Management Agency customer? Do you have a Level 2 USDA e-Authentication account? Then you’re all set.
Once you’re logged in to the secure farmers.gov portal, you can view a customer dashboard personalized with your most recent interactions with the Farm Service Agency. And you can link directly to existing business applications such as:
As we grow, these and other USDA business applications will be integrated into the farmers.gov portal.
New to USDA or need a Level 2 USDA eAuthentication account?
The local USDA service center should be your first stop to:
- Establish farm records with us, or maybe just update your existing records
- Verify your identity for a Level 2 USDA eAuthentication account
To establish a farm record, be sure to bring the following items with you to the USDA service center:
- Proof of identity such as driver’s license or Social Security number/card
- Copy of recorded deed, survey plat, rental, or lease agreement of the land (You do not have to own property to participate in USDA programs.)
- Articles of incorporation, estate, or trust documents for entities
Once you have a farm record number, you can create your Level 2 USDA eAuthentication account through the USDA’s website. Be sure to register for a Level 2 (not Level 1) USDA eAuthentication account.
You can complete the “identity verification” and other requirements for the account at your local USDA service center.