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Posted 5/21/2020 22:18 (#8272545 - in reply to #8272437)
Subject: RE: Government money on silage

western iowa,by Denison
martin - 5/21/2020 21:30

This says forage crops are not eligible:

Ineligible Commodities

Commodities that did not suffer a five percent-or-greater price decline from mid-January 2020 to mid-April 2020 are not eligible for CFAP. Specifically, this includes sheep more than two years old, eggs/layers, soft red winter wheat, hard red winter wheat, white wheat, rice, flax, rye, peanuts, feed barley, Extra Long Staple (ELS) cotton, alfalfa, forage crops, hemp, and tobacco. USDA may reconsider the excluded commodities if credible evidence is provided that supports a five percent price decline.

Corn silage dropped in value because corn silage is set by the price of corn-this year when I measured there was more corn in a ton-about 12 bushel vs normal at 10 bushel a ton-even at 10 bushel a ton we lost value same as a grain guy-why when you sell corn silage, earlage or high moisture corn is the price set off corn> Revert back to old days-you could get a loan value on corn silage or earlage?
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