Assistance with Natural Disaster Losses: Farm Service Agency

The Farm Service Agency provides assistance for natural disaster losses, resulting from drought, flood, fire, freeze, tornadoes, pest infestation, and other calamities. For example, they provide assistance after a disaster to eligible livestock producers, honeybee producers, orchardists, forestland owners, tree nurseries and more.
Assistance with Natural Disaster Losses

The Farm Service Agency’s Livestock Forage Program compensates eligible livestock producers who have suffered grazing losses due to fire and drought.

The Farm Service Agency’s Livestock Indemnity Program provides assistance to producers for livestock deaths that result from disaster.

The Farm Service Agency’s Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees and Farm-Raised Fish compensates producers for livestock losses from wildfire not adequately covered by any other disaster programs.

The Farm Service Agency’s Emergency Conservation Program provides emergency funding and technical assistance to rehabilitate farmland damaged by natural disasters.

The Farm Service Agency manages an Emergency Forest Restoration Program  to help owners of non-industrial private forest land restore land damaged by wildfire. 

Contact: For more information, visit the FSA website on disaster assistance here or call 505-761-4900. To find an FSA Service Center near you, click here.