"The program provides Missouri tax credits to Missouri lenders who make breeding livestock loans to small farmers.To participate in the loan program, a small farmer shall first obtain approval for a family farm breeding livestock loan from an eligible lender.
"Under the High Tunnel Loan Program, Missouri producers who have been approved by USDA NRCS, through either the USDA NRCS EQIP Seasonal High Tunnel System Initiative or the EQIP Organic Initiative for a seasonal high tunnel reimbursement, will be eligible for a short term loan.
Missouri Alternative Loan Program can be used to finance the production, processing and marketing needs of an alternative agricultural enterprise. Applicants must be a legal Missouri resident and a minimum of 14 years of age. The project must be located in Missouri and the maximum loan amount is $20,000 with a 5 year repayment term.
This 67-acre educational facility and demonstration farm provides information and hosts workshops on farming, gardening and conservation. Research and field demonstration projects with alternative crops.
“This publication is intended to be a guide for farmers, ranchers and future farmers about technical assistance programs and other resources available to them regardless of their gender or ethnic heritage.”
Welcome to The Entrepreneurship Project at the University of Missouri. The project is a training program to help people get started in their own production agriculture business. The Entrepreneurship Project is designed to help beginning farmers develop an entrepreneurial approach to their farming operation.