Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam, has released an initial estimate on agriculture damage from Hurricane Irma. The estimate will serve as a baseline as policymakers create a disaster relief package for those impacted by the storm. Although these estimates are not final, they are a starting point. The document includes estimates on crop loss and cost of damages. Right now, Putnam’s initial estimate is totaling to over $2.5 billion in damages across all industries.
Strong RFS Critical to Farm SuccessOctober 16, 2017
Pork Checkoff Adjusts Digital StrategyOctober 16, 2017
Putnam Recognizes Florida’s 17 Million Acres of Forests During Working Forests WeekOctober 16, 2017
Farmers May Get Loans to Help With Irma DamageOctober 16, 2017