Money Available for Michigan Farmers

USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack spoke with Michigan farmers on Monday July 13 about $71.3 billion the USDA put on the side for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act efforts.
Vilsack spoke at the Soil and Water Conservation Society’s annual meeting and said there are $18.4 million in conservation loans to fund 55 projects that use innovated steps to sustain natural resources.
To date the USDA has given $8.3 million in loans to Michigan farmers as part of the Recovery Act to pay for land, livestock, equipment, feed and supplies.
This is just the first stop Vilsack has made on his tour of 15-20 states.
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