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Georgia Department of Agriculture

Farm Recovery Block Grants

Farm Recovery Block Grant Application Period Extended


Welcome to the Georgia Farm Recovery Block Grant (FRBG). The Georgia Department of Agriculture is no longer accepting new applications. If you submitted an application prior to the application deadline, please monitor your email for further guidance and updates from the Georgia Department of Agriculture’s FRBG Team.

link to apply for a Farm Recovery Block Grant


Farm Recovery Block Grant Payment Formulas

Farm Recovery Block Grant Required Forms

FRBG-01: Third Party Certification of Timber Damage
FRBG-02: Veterinarian Certification of Damage
FRBG-03: Entity Organization

This block grant program is designed to compensate producers for losses and expenses in seven categories of assistance: beef, dairy, fruit and vegetable, pecan, poultry, timber, and uninsured infrastructure. The assistance provided through the FRBG will address losses and expenses not already included in an existing USDA program. This means not all losses a producer experienced due to Hurricane Michael will be eligible. Eligible losses under this grant are:

Beef:
Future income losses related to decreased conception rates and mature cow deaths, decreased production due to post-storm effects, and expenses due to increased disease occurrence
 
Dairy:
Future income losses related to decreased conception rates and mature cow deaths
 
Fruit & Vegetable:
Expenses related to damaged and destroyed production inputs of plasticulture and bareground production
 
Pecan:
Future income loss from lost trees
 
Poultry:
Damage and destruction of poultry houses (breeder, broiler, and pullet) and lost income due to interruption of business
 
Timber:
Damaged and destroyed timberland
 

Uninsured Infrastructure:

Expenses and losses related to general infrastructure and irrigation used in production of an agricultural commodity. This applies to any agricultural commodity that was in the structure or under the irrigation system at the time of the storm and suffered a loss to the commodity.
 

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If you have any questions regarding the Farm Recovery Block Grant, please email farmrecovery@agr.georgia.gov

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