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Drought relief program opens to Alberta cattle producers

Alberta’s initial AgriRecovery payment through the 2021 Canada-Alberta Livestock Feed Assistance (CALFA) initiative is now open for applications.

The initiative will help cover feed and water access costs for breeding female livestock in the province.

According to the Government of Alberta, those who are approved, and have signed up for direct deposit will see payments toward the end of the month.

A secondary payment of up to $106 per head will be taken on a feed-need approach, supplemented by receipts. Farmers and ranchers can stay up-to-date by following AFSC, and Alberta Beef Producers.

Apply through AFSC Connect

Not an AFSC client? Get started by signing up for AFSC Connect.

Want to know more about the program? Head to AFSC’s Q&As page.

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