Wyoming Counties Eligible for Crop Assistance

Eight Wyoming counties have been named disaster areas by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Hot Springs, Washakie, Fremont, Johnson, Sheridon, Park, Big Horn and Teton counties are all eligible for low-rate loans from the USDA.
The counties experience below zero temperatures between Oct. 6 and Oct. 13, 2009 causing devastating crop loss. Beets, dry beans and alfalfa crops were the hardest hit.
Producers in the area must have crop insurance on the losses and cannot receive credit for the crops. Those interested have eight months to apply for loans.
Wyoming farm loan rates are at an all time low with Wyoming farm loan rates starting at 2.6%. Lock in before farm loan rates rise. Contact Farm Plus Financial toll free at 866-929-5585 or with our online farm loan inquiry contact form.