Call to Schedule Acreage Certification Appointment with Your FSA County Office

In order to comply with FSA program eligibility requirements, producers must file an accurate crop acreage certification report. While the deadline to certify spring-seeded crops such as corn and soybeans is mid-July, County FSA offices across Nebraska need to begin the certification process now in order to get all producers certified by the deadline. Producers are asked to schedule a certification appointment with their county FSA office as soon as they are done with spring planting. To find your local FSA office, click here.

Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) Coverage - A Nebraska Farmer Testimonial

If you raise crops that aren't covered by federal crop insurance, the NAP program can be a tool to protect against losses. In this story, Gretna farmer Roger Brockman discusses how he got started in the aronia berry business and how he uses FSA's NAP as a hedge against potential losses. For more information on the NAP program, visit your county FSA office. 

Nebraska FSA Producer Newsletter
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FSA Loan Servicing Options

There are options for Farm Service Agency loan customers experiencing financial stress. If you are a borrower who is unable to make payments on a loan, contact your local FSA Farm Loan Manager to learn about the options available to you.

Primary and Preservation Loan Servicing for Delinquent FSA Borrowers Fact Sheet

Drought and Disaster Assistance and Information

Implementation of the disaster programs, authorized in the 2014 Farm Bill, is the top priority for USDA.

FSA Disaster Assistance Programs at a Glance – Fact Sheet

Nebraska Counties With Disaster Declarations, Eligibility for Emergency Loans
Additional Drought Information and Links

From the Nebraska State FSA Office:

Our primary mission is to help Nebraska farmers and ranchers secure financial assistance from USDA programs through accurate, timely and efficient program delivery.

Nebraska FSA is proud to continue its strong tradition of providing customer-based service to Nebraska producers. The hard-working men and women of our FSA county offices are at the forefront of our efforts and remain the primary contact for program participation. We encourage you to speak with the staff at your local office about how we can be of service. Our website can help you learn more about FSA programs and services and help you locate your local FSA Service Center. In the event you need assistance from the State FSA Office, please contact us at the address or phone number listed below.

With regards,

Nebraska State Farm Service Agency Staff

Contact us at:

7131 A Street
Lincoln, NE 68510
Phone: 402-437-5581
Fax: 844-930-0237