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USDA Microloans Help Farmers Purchase Farmland, Improve Property | KRVN Radio

USDA Microloans Help Farmers Purchase Farmland, Improve Property

USDA Microloans Help Farmers Purchase Farmland, Improve Property

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is offering farm ownership microloans, creating a financing avenue for farmers to buy and improve property. These microloans are especially helpful to beginning or underserved farmers, U.S. veterans looking for a career in farming, and those who have small and mid-sized farming operations.

Microloans have helped farmers and ranchers with operating costs, such as feed, fertilizer, tools, fencing, equipment, and living expenses since 2013. Microloans now also are available to help with farm land and building purchases, and soil and water conservation improvements. FSA designed the expanded program to simplify the application process, expand eligibility requirements and expedite smaller real estate loans to help farmers strengthen their operations. Microloans provide up to $50,000 to qualified producers and can be issued to the applicant directly from the USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA).

To learn more about the FSA microloan program visit www.fsa.usda.gov/microloans, or contact your local FSA office.

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