All Ohio counties declared "disaster area"

All Ohio counties declared "disaster area"

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All 88 counties in Ohio are officially declared disaster areas after a challenging 2019, allowing farmers to sign up for disaster assistance.

“Farmers who opted for Prevented Plant this year will already be getting some much-needed help with ‘Top Up’ payments for those unplanted acres automatically, but more funding may be there for counties declared disaster areas,” said Jack Irvin, Ohio Farm Bureau’s senior director of state and national policy. “We are recommending that members visit their county FSA office to see what additional resources they might qualify for.”

This year saw a record 1.5 million Prevent Plant acres of corn and soybeans in the state.

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