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There are tons of books and guides on finding grants. I mean who does not like free money you do not have to pay back?

Well, the easiest way you can imagine is using the Government’s own website. Years ago there was no online resource to do your search. Entire businesses were set up and still exist because of how hard it once was to find out about government grants and loans.

Now you can visit the website and do fairly deep searches all on your own.

For the purpose of this post, I did a quick search to give you an idea of the possibilities.

Here you can see the agriculturally related results for the search term “Rural Farm”.

There are likely hundreds of potential grants available. In the past when I have searched for grants I discovered many are State-based. When it comes to grants and even guaranteed loans the Government does have a ton of resources available.

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