The New South Wales Rural Assistance Authority has fielded almost 50 inquiries from farmers since details of the farm finance package in that state were announced yesterday.
The scheme, made available by State and Federal Governments, makes loans of $650,000 available to struggling farmers, at 4.5 per cent interest.
General manager of the Rural Assistance Authority, Steve Griffith, doesn't think there'll be enough money to meet the demand from farmers wanting financial assistance.
"There's $30 million available between this financial year and next financial year in total," he said.
"So we would be expecting somewhere between 100 and 200 producers to receive loans, given that that's the magnitude of the assistance that the Commonwealth has provided."
© ABC 2013
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