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New Mexico State Office

State Executive Director

Brenda Archuleta

Brenda Archuleta

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State Office Address

100 Sun Ave
Suite 200
Albuquerque, NM 87109
(505) 761-4900
(877) 450-0860

Welcome to the New Mexico Farm Service Agency’s (FSA) website

As the new year begins, Farm Service Agency reflects on the past  year and is amazed and grateful for the staff’s dedication to our customers and our customers’ adaptability with the County Offices’ operations.  Along with changes within the Farm Service Agency, Brenda Archuleta was delegated authority to serve as the Acting State Executive Director (SED) effective January 15, 2021.  This delegated authority includes all authorities and responsibilities otherwise applicable to this position.  Mrs. Archuleta will remain in this role until revoked or a State Executive Director (SED) is appointed. Archuleta has served in this role several times during the absence of an SED during her tenure.  She has been with the Agency for nearly 35 years. 

Stay up to date with current Farm Service Agency news by visiting, or  You can also receive information about signups, deadlines, and acreage reporting dates  at the tips of your fingers by signing up for text messages.  All you have to do is send a text to 372669 and identify the county you would like to receive information by typing the state code (NM) and the county Name (Bernalillo), NMBernalillo.  If you would like multiple counties type each one on a separate line:



You can also signup for GovDelivery by contacting your local county office or online at:  Govdelivery is  our communications platform that allows individuals to subscribe to receive emails about our programs and services.  This is your direct link to instant information.

Our primary mission is to help ensure the success of New Mexico’s farmers and ranchers through various programs and technical assistance. The work that FSA continues to accomplish day to day is important not only to the agricultural producers around the State but also to the rural communities that depend on the agricultural industry.

Over the last 5 years, FSA has distributed over $508 million in program benefits and loans to New Mexico’s agricultural producers. These investments in our State’s rural economy are delivered through a network of 24 county offices and 4 farm loan offices. These offices serve the State’s 33 counties and are staffed with hard-working, dedicated employees that continue the strong tradition of providing excellent customer service to our producers.

New Mexico FSA is proud to continue its strong tradition of providing customer-based service to New Mexico's producers.

Farm Service Agency Accepting Nominations for County Committees June 15 through Aug. 2

The USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) is accepting nominations for county committees now through Aug. 2, 2021. Elections will take place starting in November.

County committees are unique to FSA and serve as a direct link between agricultural communities across the country and USDA. For more information on FSA county committees, visit