Producers who have native and improved grasses have only a few days left to report 2017 acreages before the Tuesday, November 15, deadline.

Producers who have native and improved grasses have only a few days left to report 2017 acreages before the Tuesday, November 15, deadline. Some producers who reported in past years have not yet filed a report for 2017. Filing this report is a requirement to qualify for programs such as the Livestock Forage Disaster Program (LFP), ARC/PLC annual farm program and NAP. Reports filed after the deadline will require late file fees. 

The final day to purchase coverage for improved and native grasses through the 2017 Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) is Dec. 1. improved and native grasses. There are still quite a few producers who have not purchased coverage. NAP Coverage cannot be obtained after the deadline. Call the Runnels County Farm Service Agency at 325-365-5757 for appointment so we can prepare files for your visit.