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Up to $1.9 Billion in Damage from Hurricane Ian

Initial estimates on losses to agricultural production and infrastructure in Florida from Hurricane Ian range from $1.1 billion to almost $1.9 billion, according to a report from the Florida Department of Agriculture. Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried called the report “a critical first step in the process of securing federal disaster aid for our hard-working producers.” FEMA declared 27 counties across the state disaster areas. The document provides policymakers a detailed summary of estimated losses to various agricultural sectors, including citrus, fruits and vegetables, field crops, horticultural crops, animal, animal products, forestry and others. Estimates will be updated as additional information becomes available. Read more HERE.



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