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USDA Farm Service Agency Reminder on Livestock Inventory Records

 


Montana livestock producers are reminded to keep updated livestock inventory records. These records are necessary in the event of a natural disaster.

When disasters strike, the USDA Farm Service Agency can assist producers who suffered excessive livestock death losses and grazing or feed losses due to eligible natural disasters.

To participate in livestock disaster assistance programs, producers will be required to provide verifiable documentation of death losses resulting from an eligible adverse weather event and must submit a notice of loss to their local FSA office within 30 calendar days of when the loss of livestock is apparent. For grazing or feed losses, producers must submit a notice of loss to their local FSA office within 30 calendar days of when the loss is apparent and should maintain documentation and receipts.

Producers should record all pertinent information regarding livestock inventory records including:

• Documentation of the number, kind, type, and weight range of livestock

• Beginning inventory supported by birth recordings or purchase receipts

For more information on documentation requirements, contact your local FSA office at (406) 433-2103 and at 2745 West Holly in Sidney, MT and visit http://www.farmers.gov/recover.

 

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