FAQ's about MFP

FAQ's about MFP

 

Question #1:
Has the hog inventory date been changed for the Market Facilitation Program?

Answer:
Yes, it has been changed to July 15-August  15 for hog inventory only.

 

Question #2:
If a producer already turned in their CCC 910 referencing their hog inventory as of August 1 and their barns were not full can they apply again for the remaining inventory?

Answer:
Yes, if a producer turned in a CCC 910 and received payment for their inventory as of Aug. 1 but their barns were not full on that date they will need to go back in to the county USDA/FSA office and reference Market Facilitation Program (MFP) #2.

MFP #2 only affords hog farmers the opportunity to go back into their local county USDA/FSA office to determine their highest inventory between the period of July 15 – August 15.

The county office will pull the farmers CCC-910 and the producer will need to indicate the inventory increase by drawing a line through the old inventory number and putting in the updated inventory number. This corrected section will then need to be initialed and dated by the producer and the county office employee.


Question #3:
Does the revised July 15 – August 15 date change impact grain payments?

Answer:
No, the July 15 – August 15 date change is only related to hog inventory.