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The Delaware Farm Bureau is advocating for additional mental health support for farmers across the country and in the First State.

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The deadline for Delaware farmers to apply for federal help with reducing agricultural runoff has passed and $58,000 is still available.

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There’s still money left unclaimed by First State farmers who would be part of a project to decrease agricultural runoff in Delaware watersheds.


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Delaware farmers can now apply for emergency federal relief to compensate for last year’s losses.


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The USDA is allowing Delaware farmers to apply for federal assistance after heavy rains took a toll on many First State crops.

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Delaware has seen some heavy rain recently, and there’s more in the forecast. That’s good for some First State farmers but not others.

Katie Peikes / Delaware Public Media

Some Delaware farmers would like to see revised regulations in the agriculture industry, and they’re hoping the new U.S. Agriculture Secretary will hear their comments and concerns.

After being confirmed in April, Sec. Sonny Perdue was invited by Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons and Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester to visit the First State.