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USDA helps another agricultural firm

Several government agencies have worked hard to ensure small business owners are receiving the business loans they need to either keep operations going or expand their firms, especially following the recession. This has worked to the advantage of the overall economy in many ways, as smaller firms continue to bolster hiring. The U.S. Department of … Continue reading USDA helps another agricultural firm

USDA looks to expand loan program offerings

Especially with the historic drought currently gripping the nation, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has been extremely busy in recent months. However, it's not just disaster relief the department is tackling, as it is looking toward proactive solutions for future problems. The federal agency announced this week that it will be pushing to expand its … Continue reading USDA looks to expand loan program offerings

USDA lending picks up in face of widespread drought

Thus far in 2012, the United States drought has put many farmers in dire straits regarding finances and crop yields. However, several government entities are working to ensure any farmers affected by the natural disaster are given everything they need to succeed and live to see another harvest. Security Management recently reported that the United … Continue reading USDA lending picks up in face of widespread drought

USDA funds Kansas hospital’s renovations

Kansas' Kiowa District Hospital recently received approval for a $3 million loan from the United States Department of Agriculture to move forward with construction of a new facility, the Alva Review-Courier reports. The one barrier in the way of securing funding was an Environmental Protection Agency study to determine if there was any contamination in … Continue reading USDA funds Kansas hospital’s renovations

Iowa healthcare center to be revamped with USDA loan funds

The United States Department of Agriculture recently announced that it has approved a USDA loan of $21 million for the construction of a replacement hospital for Iowa-based Manning Regional Healthcare Center. The 40-year loan contains a 3.375 percent interest rate, and will be used to replace the old facility which has been in place since … Continue reading Iowa healthcare center to be revamped with USDA loan funds

Illinois hospital close to applying for USDA loan

Barring a feasibility study, Pinckeyville, Illinois, will be able to formerly apply for a United States Department of Agriculture loan to construct a new hospital, the Southern Illinoisan reports. The town's current critical access hospital is a 25-bed unit, but the Community Hospital Board has been vying to replace the facility since 2002. The application … Continue reading Illinois hospital close to applying for USDA loan

Iowa establishment receives renovation funds

Market 124, an Iowa-based shop of Artisan products and local wares, recently received funding for renovations to its building, the Globe Gazette reports. The funds were made available by the North Iowa Corridor Economic Development Corporation (NICEDC), which, through its Corridor Small Business Revolving Loan Fund, will assist in the restoration of the building's exposed … Continue reading Iowa establishment receives renovation funds