Term Livestock Indemnity Programs
Code BD-2600.0300-400
Definition Programs that provide partial reimbursement to eligible livestock producers who have suffered losses due to natural disasters. Livestock includes beef and dairy cattle, sheep, goats, swine, poultry including egg-producing poultry, equine animals used for food or the production of food and buffalo or beefalo when maintained on the same basis as cattle. The livestock indemnity program is available through the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Created 3/16/04
Changed 6/17/08
Use References Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy Recovery Programs
BSE Recovery Programs
USDA Livestock Indemnity Program
See Also References Government Disaster Insurance Programs (TH-1800.2500)
Livestock Ranches (BD-2600.0100-410)
External Classification Terms Agricultural Economics & Farm Management (NPC K02.02)
Agricultural Programs (NTE K20)
Food/Meals (AIRS FO-200)
Food/Meals (CAN FO-200)
Insurance Benefits (NPC Y02)
Insurance Providers (NTE Y20)
Related Concepts Agriculture and Farming
Disaster Services
Financial Services/Benefits
Insurance
Facet Service
Comments
Bibliographic References "Fact Sheet: Livestock Indemnity Program", United Stated Department of Agriculture (USDA), http://165.221.16.19/pas/publications/facts/lip1.pdf

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