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Extension to apply for 2010 purchased feed benefits

Ohio Farm Service Agency (FSA) State Executive Director, Steve Maurer announced that an extension has been granted to apply for eligible purchased feed benefits due to certain adverse weather conditions that occurred during 2010.

Producers now have until March 1, 2011 to complete a payment application and/or file a notice of loss due to eligible adverse weather conditions that occurred in 2010 and resulted in additional purchases of feed stuffs for livestock. These benefits will be limited to the amount of additional feed needed to sustain livestock as a result of documented adverse weather conditions.

“Due to the short extension, producers that purchased feed at levels above normal are encouraged to contact their local FSA service center for more details,” Maurer said.

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