U.S. Ag Department To Provide Disaster Assistance For Grain Storage Rebuilds


(Sioux Falls, SD) — Farmers in South Dakota are set to get some assistance following a recent storm. The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced yesterday that it is providing cost-share assistance to South Dakota farmers for rebuilding storage facilities damaged or destroyed by the May 12th storm. Wind speeds reached over 90 miles per hour during the storm. The South Dakota Corn Growers Association says the help is appreciated. Similar assistance is being provided to farmers in Minnesota and Kentucky.