Disaster Relief Update: How new policy changes could better benefit producers

As producers recover from the challenges of 2022, the Farm Service Agency wants the industry to know about some policy changes for disaster relief.

FSA Administrator, Zach Ducheneaux, joined RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison to discuss what are disaster relief assistance programs, the changes set to take place this year, and where producers can learn if they qualify for assistance.

For more information on these programs, click HERE.

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