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New Hampshire Meat Processing Infrastructure Program

New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets, and Food

Closed December 22, 2022


The Meat Processing Infrastructure Program (MPIP) is administered by the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food (DAMF). The grant provides funding for infrastructure investments for local farmers and meat and poultry processing facilities to increase capacity and efficiencies of the meat and poultry processing industry within the state. The goal of the grant program is to alleviate impacts of COVID-19 on the local meat and poultry processing industry by supporting increased capacity, labor saving efficiencies, and encouraging value-added products through capital investments and other related infrastructure improvements.


Enterprises


Eligibility

  • Be a new or existing New Hampshire based meat processing facility, farm, or business that provides slaughter, processing, or custom butchering services.

  • Be in good standing with the State of New Hampshire.


Terms

MPIP will award up to $750,000 through a competitive review process. The maximum individual grant award will be $200,000 and the minimum will be $1,000. There will be one round of funding.


Application Instructions

All applications must be electronically submitted to Joshua.k.marshall@agr.nh.gov using the fillable application template provided below. Use the subject line "MPIP RFP 2022".

Additionally, four (4) printed copies of the application must be received by the NHDAMF office no later than 4:00 pm on January 30, 2023. Mail them to:

Meat Processing Infrastructure Program

NH Dept. of Agriculture, Markets & Food

PO Box 2042

Concord, NH 03302-2042

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Release Date

December 1, 2022

Deadline

December 22, 2022

Organization

New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets, and Food (NHDAMF)

Financial Instrument

Grant

Minimum Award Amount

$1,000

Maximum Award Amount

$200,000

Total Program Funding

$750,000

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Updated December 3, 2022

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