NCBA is sending prayers to all of the cattlemen and women facing natural disasters. To learn more about relief efforts see below:
For assistance navigating these resources or if you have questions about eligibility, please call our D.C. office at 202-347-0228.
There has been a devastating loss in many communities across Kentucky, including significant damage to agricultural infrastructure. We will remain in contact with our ag counterparts across the state to continue to determine needs but at this time there are two ways we are requesting help.
1. You can donate to the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Foundation. All donations will be used to help our local producers in need of farm supplies. These donations can be made by:
- Calling 859-278-0899
- Through Paypal here.
- By mail at KY Cattlemen’s Foundation - Attn: Tornado Relief, 176 Pasadena Drive Suite 4 Lexington, KY 40503
Tennessee Farm Bureau has established a disaster relief fund for agriculturalists in their state.
The California Cattlemen's Association has created a webpage with wildfire disaster assistance for cattle producers.
Contact Colorado Cattlemen's Association for more information.
KLA and the Kansas Livestock Foundation will be assisting ranchers affected by fires and high winds across the state of Kansas Dec. 15. To provide monetary donations click the link below. Donations may be tax deductible and 100% of all donations will be distributed to producers impacted by the weather event.
To donate to the livestock producers that have been impacted by the wildfires in Oregon use the Paypal link or send checks to the address below.
Checks can be mailed to:
OCA Stewardship Fund1320
Capitol St NE Ste 150
Salem, OR 97301
The Washington Cattlemen’s Association has wildfire relief funds left over from 2020, ready to deploy and mobilize for Washington ranchers impacted by the wildfires this year.
Please contact Ashley at [email protected] for more information.
The Louisiana Cattlemen's Association is working on relief efforts for all of the cattlemen and women who are being impacted by Hurricane Ida. There is a non-profit fund set up for donations. For those wanting to donate, checks can be mailed to the address below with Hurricane Relief in the memo line.
To donate with credit or debit cards, click the link below.
4921 I-10 Frontage Rd.
Port Allen, LA 70767
The Public Lands Council is committed to supporting ranchers and ensuring grazing activities continue safely and securely on public lands amid natural disasters like wildfire and drought.
USDA is expanding the Emergency Livestock Assistance Program (ELAP) to address the needs of producers in areas affected by severe drought conditions.
The Flood & Drought Response Fund is not a formal grant program, with established guidelines or timelines or applications. It is by design an as-needed program to react to circumstances and is administered by Kevin Houck and Megan Holcomb.
Anyone is eligible to apply. There is no application. Anyone interested in receiving funds should contact Kevin Houck (for flood) or Megan Holcomb (for drought) for consideration.
They will work with anyone who asks to determine if their request meets the intent of the funding source.
Please contact Megan Holcomb for drought assistance at 303-866-3441 x 3222.
The Agricultural Emergency Drought Response Program provides up to $1 million annually, in the form of loans or grants, for emergency drought-related water augmentation purposes to Colorado’s agricultural water users.
Agricultural organizations located in areas where a disaster emergency has been proclaimed due to drought can apply.
Applicants must apply within three months after the end of any fiscal year during which a drought was declared.
The North Dakota Drought Disaster Water Supply Project Assistance Program provides the State Water Commission the ability to provide cost-share assistance to livestock producers with water supply shortages caused by drought.
To be eligible, a livestock producer (defined as one who produces livestock or operates a dairy farm, devotes the major portion of applicant’s time to activities of farming or ranching, and normally receives not less than 50 percent of the applicant’s annual gross income from farming and ranching) must be located in a county with a drought proclamation., and have been denied USDA FSA cost-share assistance.
There is not a specified application deadline.