Farmers in southern Utah will get a $2,500 tax credit this year, as they can sell their surplus grain to feed the local population.
The $2.5 million in the subsidy comes from the Agricultural Marketing Service, a federal government agency that provides money to help farmers and ranchers buy corn and soybeans, and other crops.
The subsidy is aimed at helping ranchers and farmers compete with the market, and the USDA has not provided similar programs in the past.
The government is giving $2 million for each of the four years of the subsidy, starting in 2019.
This is the first time the subsidy has been extended for this type of program.
The USDA has been funding this program since the mid-1990s.
The program is known as the Supplemental Rural Housing Tax Credit, or SRHTC, and it helps farmers and ranches make more money by selling surplus grain.
In recent years, it has been expanded to cover more farmers and other producers of non-agricultural crops.
That has helped farmers compete more directly with the food and beverage industry.
The SRHLC has provided about $12 billion to farmers, ranchers, and processors over the past 15 years.
The money is supposed to help them produce more money in the market and pay more taxes.
But critics have questioned the program’s long-term viability and called for it to be scaled back.
“If you look at the SRHTR, it’s only really for people who are doing the very best, which is really the very worst,” said Tom Buechner, executive director of the Utah Rural Development Association.
Bueckner said the USDA should focus more on helping people who already have land or livestock to grow and sell.
The agency said it had not determined how much money will go to the SRHDTC.
It said the SRHC would help rural producers and rancher-to-farms, but it did not say how much.
In addition to helping farmers and farmers who already own land, the program will also help ranchers who already sell grain to consumers.
The funds will be used to help rancher farms to buy seed and feed for their cattle and poultry, and they will receive a portion of the payments.
The federal government pays farmers a subsidy equal to 25% of the cost of the crop they sell.
In 2019, rancher ranchers received an average of $5.63 for each crop sold.
The price of that crop was $5,600, according to the USDA.
Farmers also get a subsidy based on their total annual income, the USDA said.
The current SRHDLC subsidy for ranchers is based on the average annual income of the average rancher in the state.
The annual subsidy is $4,000 for the average farmer in Utah, according the USDA’s website.
The Agriculture Department has said the program is necessary to support small-scale farmers in a time of rapid climate change.
“Ranchers are experiencing the worst drought conditions on record,” USDA Secretary Steve Linthicum said in a statement.
“The SRHDC is a critical resource for our nation’s farmers, and this extension of SRHDCC is an important way to support the industry and support the people who make this state the country’s second-largest producer of corn and other grain.”
Buecher said the government should work more closely with farmers.
“I think we should be doing this in a way that gives ranchers more access to this subsidy,” he said.