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2012 Direct and Counter-Cyclical Program (DCP) Enrollment

The 2012 Direct and Counter-Cyclical Program (DCP) enrollment will begin Jan. 23, 2012 and will end June 1, 2012. Here are some IMPORTANT REMINDERS:
All producers planting on DCP base acres must be identified on the DCP/ACRE contract and receive a proportionate share of DCP/ACRE payment for the farm.

Changes on the farm after enrolling June 1st in DCP/ACRE must be reported to your Farm Service Agency such as:
Ownership changes
Producer changes (Individuals and Entities)
Change in crop shares arrangements

Note: Changes cannot be made after Sept. 30, 2012.

 Producers and any Socially Disadvantaged Individual or Group are encouraged to contact the Cabarrus-Mecklenburg Farm Service Agency for additional details. Cabarrus County producers should call 704-788-2107, ext. 2, and Mecklenburg County producers should call 704-333-0023 or visit the Farm Service Agency Website at www.fsa.usda.gov.

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