The study sought to establish the effect of food shortage caused by displacement of farmers in Benue state and the support services offered by libraries during the emergency circumstances of displaced farmers in Nigeria and Benue State in particular. This study sought to establish the effect of food shortage in Benue state caused by displacement of farmers. The study proposes that libraries cannot afford to close down their services of providing information to the users about the plights of farmers and the effect of these crises on food shortage. During displacement, libraries can provide mobile services and relevant information sources that would satisfy the information needs of internally displaced farmers. The study findings established that food shortage in Benue State was as a result displacement of people who are mostly farmers. The study reviewed Strategies which librarians can adopt to remain relevant in the face of food shortage caused by displacement of farmers. Majority, of the studies were conducted in other fields, thus creating a gap in research of the role of librarians on this matter. We conclude that, while food systems were exempt, they were not immune to the fact that food shortage is caused by displacement, protecting food supplies should be a priority alongside the displacement of the farmers involved. Based on the findings, strategies such as Creation of sensitization, Use of Social media networks, engaging relevant stake holders, were identified as ways in which librarians can adopt to reach out to displaced farmers.