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More than 700K CFAP2 applications approved

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USDA has paid farmers more than $11.1 billion in Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 aid; deadline to apply is Dec. 11.

The deadline to apply for Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 and the Dairy Margin Coverage Program is Dec. 11. Here's a look at the numbers from the CFAP2 dashboard as of Nov. 30:

  • There are 703,849 approved applications and payments total $11.1 billion.
  • Corn growers top the list of payments, receiving more than $3 billion. Cattle producers are next at $2.4 billion and sales commodities are third at $1.5 billion.
  • Here's a look at payments by category

USDACFAP2 Payments By Category

  • Iowa producers have received the most CFAP2 money at $1.227 billion with 50,084 approved applications. The state's livestock producers have received $332 million and the state's crop producers have received $670 million.
    USDACFAP2 Total Payments Iowa

  • Other top states for payments are Nebraska, California, Minnesota and Illinois.

USDANebraska Total CFAP2 Payments

USDACFAP2 California Total Payments 11/30/20

USDAMinnesota Total CFAP2 Payments 11/30/20

USDACFAP2 Total Payments Illinois 11/30/20

  • The top states for acreage-based payments are Iowa, Illinois, Nebraska, Minnesota, Kansas,  North Dakota, Indiana and South Dakota.
  • The top states for dairy payments are Wisconsin, California, New York, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Idaho.
  • The top states for livestock payments are Iowa, Texas, Nebraska, South Dakota and Kansas.
  • California is the top state for sales commodities by a large margin.

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