April 9, 2021: New CFAP Details Available

Since the Biden administration took over in late January, there has been considerable anticipation as to what was going to be done with the stimulus package that was passed the end of December 2020. Newly appointed U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack recently announced that the Pandemic Assistance for Producers (PAP) program will use $12 billion from the $900 billion stimulus package passed in December 2020 during the final weeks of the Trump administration and the more recent $1.9 trillion stimulus package passed in March 2021. The following article describes some ways the PAP program will benefit agriculture and dairy. Read More