Frazer started operating his business out of his home in 2012 and is now partnered with
Frazer is licensed through the
"We're going to be a full-service firearms store," he said.
Frazer invites people to come by to register for a grand opening drawing of a 1022 Ruger.
Livestock programs available in the
The Livestock Risk Protection program for fed cattle, feeder cattle and swine and the Livestock Gross Margin program for swine began sales for the 2015 crop year Tuesday. Sales will continue through
LRP coverage protects the policyholder from downward price risk during the insurance period. LGM provides protection against the loss of gross margin -- market value of livestock minus feed costs. LRP and LGM do not cover any other peril, such as mortality, condemnation, physical damage, disease, individual marketing decisions, local price deviations or any other cause of loss.
Cattle and swine producers are encouraged to contact a local livestock insurance agent for additional details. Federal crop insurance program policies are sold and delivered solely through private crop and livestock insurance companies. A list of livestock insurance agents is available at all
Planted acres must be reported to the FSA by
Acreage reports to FSA are considered timely filed when completed by the applicable final crop reporting deadline, which may vary from state to state. Perennial forage crops intended for grazing or haying were required to be reported last fall, whereas perennial forage crops with an intended use of cover only, green manure, left standing or seed must be reported by
For questions on this or any FSA program, including specific crop reporting deadlines and planting dates, producers should contact their county FSA office or seek information online at www.fsa.usda.gov.
-- From staff reports
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