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MO FSA Director: strong interest in drought programs

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The state executive director for Missouri’s Farm Service Agency says last year’s widespread drought has encouraged one of the biggest sign-ups ever for the Livestock Forage Program.

“We’ve given out more than $170 million.”

Joe Aull tells Brownfield severe to exceptional drought challenged grazing, hay supplies and water for the state’s livestock producers.

“A producer on LFP have to turn in their number of livestock, cattle, goats or sheep, affected by the losses of grazing and water and we pay so much per animal for those losses.

MO FSA Director: strong interest in drought programs