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Wyoming State Office

State Executive Director

Jodene Johnson

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State Office Address

951 Werner Ct
Casper, WY 82601
(307) 261-5231
(855) 415-3437

To Wyoming Citizens: 

Welcome to the Wyoming State FSA Website. The Farm Service Agency serves farmers, ranchers and agricultural partners through the delivery of effective, efficient agricultural programs. The agency offers farmers a strong safety net through the administration of farm commodity and disaster programs. FSA continues to conserve natural resources and also provides credit to agricultural producers who are unable to receive private, commercial credit, including special emphasis on beginning, underserved and women farmers and ranchers.

Wyoming FSA is excited about planning, organizing, and administering FSA programs in ways that make a real difference in the lives of our ranchers and farmers. Our goal is to provide the very best customer service possible and to truly connect with agricultural producers statewide.

The hard working men and women of our 17 FSA county offices are at the forefront of our efforts and remains the primary contact for program participation. We encourage you to speak with the staff at your local office on 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.

Thank you for your interest!

Wyoming State FSA Office

Wyoming State Committee

Awaiting for new appointees.

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 fsa.usda.gov/elections.

FSA Program Deadlines:

Acreage Reports:

  • July 15 – Soybeans, corn, and other spring-planted feed grains, CRP, Hemp, and other crops
  • November 15 – Apiculture (bees), fall -seeded small grains

Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) General Signup: January 4 to (will be announced at a later date)

Continuous CRP Signup: Ongoing

Quality Loss Adjustment Program ( QLA) Signup: January 6 to April 9

CRP Grasslands Signup: March 15 to April 23

Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC):

  • July 15 – Final date to report production for the preceding crop year
  • October 20 – Election and enrollment begin for the applicable year
  • March 15 – Election and enrollment end for the applicable year

Livestock Forage Disaster Program (LFP):

  • Within 30 days after the end of the year in which the grazing loss occurred – submit Application for Payment and supporting documentation 

Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP):

  • Within 30 days of noticing Livestock loss or injury – Submit Notice of Loss
  • Within 60 days after the end the year in which loss or injury occurred– Submit Application for Payment

Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees and Farm Raised Fish Program (ELAP):

  • Within 30 days of livestock feed or pasture losses/issues due to extreme weather – Submit Notice of Loss
  • Within 60 days after the end the year in which loss occurred– Submit Application for Payment

Marketing Assistance Loans (MALs) and Loan Deficiency Payments (LDPs) Availability- from harvest to the below deadline:

  • January 31 - Wool, Mohair and LDP only for Unshorn Pelts
  • March 31 - Barley, Canola, Flaxseed, Honey, Oats, Rapeseed, Sesame seed and Wheat
  • May 31 - Corn, Dry peas, Grain sorghum, Lentils, Mustard seed, Safflower, Small chickpeas, Large chickpeas, Soybeans and Sunflower seed

Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP):

  • December 1 – All perennial grasses, alfalfa, clover, mixed forage, and honey
  • March 15 – Hemp
  • April 1 – All spring seeded crops
  • Within 15 days of crop loss – Submit Notice of Loss
  • November 15 (varies by crop) – Final day to submit Application for Payment 

After Identifying Gaps in Previous Aid, USDA Announces ‘Pandemic Assistance for Producers’ to Distribute Resources More Equitably

Washington, D.C., March 24, 2021 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today that USDA is establishing new programs and efforts to bring financial assistance to farmers, ranchers and producers who felt the impact of COVID-19 market disruptions. The new initiative—USDA Pandemic Assistance for Producers—will reach a broader set of producers than in previous COVID-19 aid programs. USDA is dedicating at least $6 billion toward the new programs. The Department will also develop rules for new programs that will put a greater emphasis on outreach to small and socially disadvantaged producers, specialty crop and organic producers, timber harvesters, as well as provide support for the food supply chain and producers of renewable fuel, among others. Existing programs like the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) will fall within the new initiative and, where statutory authority allows, will be refined to better address the needs of producers. 

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Service Centers Currently Closed to Visitors in Wyoming

USDA Service Centers in Wyoming are currently closed to visitors because of the pandemic, but Farm Service Agency (FSA) and Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) staff continue to work with agricultural producers via phone, email, and other digital tools.

Call your Service Center to schedule an appointment. You can find contact information at farmers.gov/service-locator.