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CFAP: Assistance for Farmers and Ranchers

Coronavirus Food Assistance Program: Payments for Livestock

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A single payment for livestock will be calculated using the sum of the producer’s number of livestock sold between January 15 and April 15, 2020, multiplied by the payment rates per head, and the highest inventory number of livestock between April 16 and May 14, 2020, multiplied by the payment rate per head.

Producers must provide the following information for CFAP:

  • Total sales of eligible livestock, by species and class, between January 15, 2020, to April 15, 2020, of owned inventory as of January 15, 2020, including any offspring from that inventory; and
  • highest inventory of eligible livestock, by species and class, between April 16, 2020, and May 14, 2020.

The following table lists eligible livestock and payment rates for CFAP.


Eligible Livestock

Unit of Measure

CARES Act Part 1 Payment Rate

CCC Part 2 Payment Rate


Feeder Cattle: Less than 600 Pounds





Feeder Cattle: 600 Pounds or More





Slaughter Cattle: Fed Cattle





Slaughter Cattle: Mature Cattle





All Other Cattle




Hogs and Pigs

Pigs: Less than 120 Pounds





Hogs: 120 Pounds or More




Lambs and Yearlings

All Sheep Less than 2 Years Old






CFAP Participants: You will need all your sale barn receipts from January 15, 2020 through April 15, 2020. This will ensure you have the proper documentation for tax purposes. The availability of funding throughout the application period producers will receive 80 percent of their maximum total payment upon the approval of the application. The remaining portion of the payment, not to exceed the payment limit, will be paid at a later date as funds remain available. 

Download the CFAP calculator to calculate your payout.

Eligible individuals need to include the following forms in their packets: AD-1026, CCC – 902-1, CCC – 941, SF-3881

NOTE: If you changed your checking account or have never received payments from the Farm Service Agency (FSA) please attach a voided check to the SF – 3881 form. If you have never participated with the FSA, please contact your nearest office, so they can provide you with form AD – 2047 to get your customer data information.


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Clyde Spears
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