May 6, 2020
Weekly Newsletter

Welcome New Members

Gabby's Shack Pet Food & More
Sara Hanson
Join Date: 04/23/2020

Vicki Trump
Join Date: 05/06/2020

Member Renewals, thank you for your continued support!

Jean Denman
Member Since: 04/16/2015
Renewed On: 05/04/2020

Duncan & Son Lines
Rick Duncan
Member Since: 04/01/1988
Renewed On: 05/04/2020

Living Water Lutheran Church
Vernon Koehlinger
Member Since: 04/06/2016
Renewed On: 05/04/2020

Roosevelt Irrigation District
Donovan Neese
Member Since: 12/01/1974
Renewed On: 05/04/2020

Canam Steel Corporation
Scott Redmond
Member Since: 05/01/2000
Renewed On: 05/04/2020

Thompson Funeral Chapel
Sean Thompson
Member Since: 04/06/2006
Renewed On: 05/04/2020

Larry Tracey
Member Since: 04/17/2012
Renewed On: 05/05/2020


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SBA to Make Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available to U.S. Agricultural Businesses Impacted by COVID-19 Pandemic

WASHINGTON – U.S. Small Business Administration Administrator Jovita Carranza announced today that agricultural businesses are now eligible for SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and EIDL Advance programs. SBA’s EIDL portal will reopen today as a result of funding authorized by Congress through the Paycheck Protection Program and Healthcare Enhancement Act. The legislation, signed into law by the President one week ago, provided additional funding for farmers and ranchers and certain other agricultural businesses affected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

“For more than 30 years, SBA has been prohibited by law from providing disaster assistance to agricultural businesses; however, as a result of the unprecedented legislation enacted by President Trump, American farmers, ranchers and other agricultural businesses will now have access to emergency working capital,” said Administrator Carranza. “These low-interest, long-term loans will help keep agricultural businesses viable while bringing stability to the nation’s vitally important food supply chains.”
 Agricultural businesses include businesses engaged in the legal production of food and fiber, ranching, and raising of livestock, aquaculture, and all other farming and agricultural related industries (as defined by section 18(b) of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 647(b)). Eligible agricultural businesses must have 500 or fewer employees.
 The SBA will begin accepting new EIDL applications on a limited basis only, in order to provide unprecedented relief to U.S. agricultural businesses. For agricultural businesses that submitted an EIDL loan application through the streamlined application portal prior to the legislative change, SBA will move forward and process these applications without the need for re-applying. All other EIDL loan applications that were submitted before the portal stopped accepting new applications on April 15 will be processed on a first-in, first-out basis.
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