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By Russell Snedigar
Phillips County FSA 

USDA - Farm Service Agency UpdatesUSDA - Farm Service Agency Updates


Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP)

Producers who suffer livestock deaths due to an eligible loss condition including eligible adverse weather events, eligible disease and eligible attacks from Jan. 1, 2019 through Dec. 31, 2019 must submit a notice of loss within 30 calendar days of when the loss of livestock is first apparent. Livestock producers suffering livestock losses may submit the notice of loss to FSA by phone, fax, and email or in person.

CRP Spring Managed Grazing Period: March 16 - May 14, 2019

The Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) 2019 Spring Managed Grazing Period is March 16 to May 14, 2019. Livestock must be removed when the calculated AUMs have been utilized but no later than May 14th. Summer/Fall Managed haying and grazing period begins July 16 following Montana's Primary Nesting Season and ends no later than Sept 13 for grazing and Sept. 30 for haying. Producers are reminded to sign up at their local FSA office and complete the required paperwork before conducting any managed haying and/or grazing activity.

Agricultural producers please pick up your spring FSA certification maps at the office.

The Phillips County Farm Service Agency would like to remind all producers to stop by the office and pick up their spring certification maps. The spring crop certification deadline is July 15, 2019. Please bring in your completed maps and return your signed FSA-578 commodity report to the office before July 15, 2019. Acreage reports must be filed for all spring seeded crops. If you do not report by the deadline, late-file fees will be assessed and physical evidence of the crop must exist and be verified by a field visit before your report may be accepted. It is important to promptly report any changes in your farming operation to FSA. These changes can include, but are not limited to, changes in your address, phone, or email, name changes, changes to entity membership or shares, formation or dissolution of any entity (such as a trust, partnership, LLC, LLP or corporation) that owns or operates land or owns other farming assets used in your operation, sale or purchase of land, adding or dropping leases, and any changes to financing or equipment.


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