The FFP provides long-term fixed rate financing for the cost of:
Refurbishing, modernization or purchasing of existing fishing vessels, fisheries facilities, or aquaculture facilities;
Harvesting privileges in federally managed limited access systems (Catch Shares); and
Individual fishing quota in the Northwest Halibut/Sablefish and Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands Crab Fisheries.
The FFP will also refinance existing debt incurred for these purposes. The FFP will not finance a vessel refurbishing project that materially increases a vessel’s harvesting capacity.
Contact your regional Financial Services Branch and discuss your project
Southeast Financial Services Branch: St. Petersburg, FL (727) 824-5377
Northeast Financial Services Branch: Gloucester, MA (978) 281-9154
Northwest Financial Services Branch: Seattle, WA (206) 526-6122
If your proposal appears to meet the program's requirements, you will receive an application form to complete and submit along with a one-time filing/commitment fee equal to 1/2 of 1 percent of your proposed loan amount.
Farm Storage Facility Loan Program (FSFL)
Farm Service Agency
- Delivery Vehicle
- Pulse Crops
- Maple Sap
Direct Farm Operating Loan
Farm Service Agency
- Animal Purchase
- Cash Rent
- Pest Management
- Legal & Finance
- Water Management
- Waterway Protection
- Water Quality
- Reduced Tillage
Rural Energy for America Program (REAP)
Rural Development · Due Mar 31
- Cost Share
- Alternative Energy
- Solar Power
- Wind Energy
- Hydro Power
Agriculture Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage Programs (ARC/PLC)
Farm Service Agency · Due Mar 15
- Risk Management
- Sunflower Seeds
- Dry Peas
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Updated June 17, 2022
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