Farmers have three more weeks to sign up for the Quality Loss Adjustment program. North Dakota Farm Service Agency Farm Program Director Laura Heinrich says so far, there are 600 applications started in the North Dakota system. “We have a long ways to go. There are lots of questions and with our county offices not able to do face-to-face interactions, it’s been a difficult program to administer, but we’re working through it.” Producers need to gather more documentation for the program. This documentation should show bushels affected, total value of dollars lost due to discounts and the price before discounts. Heinrich says North Dakota is working with the national office to get answers acceptable documentation from grain elevators. QLA sign-up is open through Friday, March 5. Watch the QLA webinar.
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