The Farm Bill is comprehensive legislation that Congress passes every five years to set national agricultural policy. The Farm Bill includes commodity, conservation, and crop insurance programs for agricultural producers. In addition, the omnibus legislation includes nutrition, energy, rural development, trade promotion, and a host of other programs.
NASDA's priorities for the Farm Bill are to:
CRS Report: The 2014 Farm Bill: A Comparison of the Conference Agreement with the Senate-Passed (S.954) and House-Passed (H.R. 2642) Bills
February 5, 2014
Resource Added: 02/10/2014