An additional $1.5 billion was included in the latest omnibus spending package to fund the remaining half of the WHIP+ program 2019 payments and the Quality Loss Adjustment Program. North Dakota Senator John Hoeven said lawmakers worked hard to pass the legislation. “We’re pleased the USDA is getting this out for sign-up. Producers will get 70 percent of their proven quality loss, very important assistance for our farmers.”
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