2017 Kansas and Oklahoma wildfires resulted in loss of human
lives, livestock, home sites, buildings, pastures and fencing.
Please see the links below for information regarding donations
to ranchers and producers who have been affected by the
wildfires. Interested in donating or wanting more resources as
to how you can help? Please contact John Peters at the Logan
County Farm service agency if you are interested in helping out
with donations of hay, fencing materials or anything needed for
information can be found at:
Department of Agriculture
Northwest Oklahoma Complex Fires Relief Assistance:
Together with the help and support of those whom are able and
can offer assistance, the Kansas and Oklahoma livestock and
ranching families and businesses will no doubt endure and
recover from the 2017 wildfires.
Subscribers Can Receive Important Program
Reminders and Updates
Logan County USDA Farm Service Agency Executive
Director John Peters announced that farmers and ranchers in
Illinois now can receive notifications from their county office
through text messages on their cell phone.
Whether producers are in the field, on a tractor
or even on horseback, this service enables FSA customers and
stakeholders to receive notifications while on the go. Producers
will receive text messages regarding important program
deadlines, reporting requirements, outreach events and updates.
Producers can text ILLogan to FSANOW (372-669) to
subscribe to text message alerts from Logan County. Standard
text messaging rates apply. Contact your wireless carrier for
details associated with your particular data plan. Participants
may unsubscribe at any time.
Please contact your local FSA office at 217-735-5508 if
you have questions regarding FSA’s email news service or the new
text message option.
and ranchers are stewards of the Earth. Understanding the
fragility of the land, agricultural producers want to sustain
and protect the land they operate on to ensure its availability
generations to come.
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According to the 2012 Agriculture Census, there are 3.2 million
farmers and ranchers in the United States. These producers are
always looking for new and sustainable ways to operate to help
preserve our natural resources.
their voluntary participation in the various conservation programs
the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency (FSA)
oversees, farmers and ranchers help protect drinking water, reduce
soil erosion, and help preserve and restore wildlife habitats,
forests and wetlands. Thanks to American agricultural producers,
there are currently more than 23 million acres enrolled in the
Conservation Reserve Program.
recognize Earth Day on April
22, we thank our farmers and ranchers for caring for
the land, and ensuring the air we breathe and the water we drink is
safe and clean.
information on FSA conservation programs, visit www.fsa.usda.gov.
Please contact, John Peters, County Executive Director, at 217-735-5508 ext.
for Farm Loans, please contact Tony Schmillen, Farm Loan Manager, at 217-735-5508 ext
Logan County FSA Office
1650 5th Street
Lincoln, IL, 62656
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Phone: 217-735-5508 ext. 2
Dennis Ramlow - Member
Tim Southerlan - Chairman
Kenton Stoll - Vice - Chairman
Dorothy Gleason - Advisor
County Executive Director:
Mari Anne Komnick
Farm Loan Manager:
County Operations Trainee:
Next COC Meeting :
Persons with disabilities who require
accommodations to attend or participate in this meeting should
contact John Peters at 217-735-5508 extension 2 or Federal Relay
Service at 1-800-877-8339.