Our New York FSA staff works hard every day to ensure that New York farmers have the information they need to participate in federally funded agricultural programs. FSA-administered programs benefit all Americans by providing stability for our agricultural producers, thus helping ensure a safe, abundant and affordable supply of food and fiber. We invite you to explore our website and learn more about FSA programs and services.
In New York, the State Office is located in Syracuse, New York. County Service Centers are located in 39 New York towns and serve the needs of area farmers. For County Office phone numbers and addresses access the County Information pages.
|Mar 31||Marketing Assistance Loans Deadline for prior year harvested wheat, barley and oats|
|May 1||NAP coverage application deadline for ornamental and non-ornamental nursery|
|May 15||Acreage Reporting Deadline for spring forage (new seeding of hay) and onions|
|May 28||All offices closed for Memorial Day|
|July 4||All offices closed for Independence Day|
|July 16||Acreage Reporting Deadline for corn, soybeans and most other crops|
|Aug 1||ARC/PLC Sign-up Deadline|
|Ongoing||Continuous CREP (Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program) Sign-Up|
There’s Still Time to Respond to the 2017 Census of Agriculture:
USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) needs a Census of Agriculture response from ALL the nation’s producers. In order to get an accurate representation of American agriculture – of all farmers and ranchers across the country – NASS will continue to accept completed census questionnaires through spring.
NASS has heard that some producers need extra time due to planting, bad weather, or gathering documents for taxes and the census. All operations are important and every response matters. NASS is committed to giving producers every opportunity to be represented in these widely-used data. Federal law mandates that everyone who received the 2017 Census of Agriculture questionnaire complete it and return it even if not currently farming. NASS will follow-up via mailings, phone calls, and farm visits with producers who have not yet responded. To avoid these additional contacts, farmers and ranchers are encouraged to complete their census either online at www.agcounts.usda.gov or by mail as soon as possible.
For more information about the 2017 Census of Agriculture, visit www.agcensus.usda.gov. For questions about or assistance filling out the census, producers can call toll-free (888) 424-7828.
New York State Committee:
Judi Whittaker, Chairperson
New York State FSA Office
441 South Salina Street
Syracuse, NY 13202