Disaster assistance available for Ohio farmers following drought and heat conditions

REYNOLDSBURG - Ohio Department of Agriculture Director Robert Boggs today expressed appreciation for the U.S Department of Agriculture's (USDA) designation of all 88 Ohio counties as natural disasters areas due to losses from this year's drought and heat conditions. "Ohio farmers experienced a multitude of extreme growing conditions this year, including the drought that launched our growing season,' Boggs said. "The disaster assistance from USDA is greatly appreciated and is a critical piece in helping farmers recover and offset their crop and livestock production losses.'
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

 REYNOLDSBURG — Ohio Department of Agriculture Director Robert Boggs today expressed appreciation for the U.S Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) designation of all 88 Ohio counties as natural disasters areas due to losses from this year’s drought and heat conditions.

“Ohio farmers experienced a multitude of extreme growing conditions this year, including the drought that launched our growing season,” Boggs said. “The disaster assistance from USDA is greatly appreciated and is a critical piece in helping farmers recover and offset their crop and livestock production losses.”

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