Livestock Waste Management System Loan Program

The Livestock Waste Management System Loan Program funds construction, renovation or relocation of an approved waste management system. Eligible facilities include small or medium (1,000 head or less) animal feeding operations that require renovation or relocation to fully address surface and/or ground water impacts.

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Amount

Maximum: $100,000

Resource Provider

Bank of North Dakota

A state-owned, state-run financial institution based in Bismarck, North Dakota.
Resource Type
Loan
Location
All
Purpose
Other
Industry
Agriculture
Business Stage
Existing Business
Deadline
Contact
Craig Hanson
(701) 328-5795

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