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:
Amendments filed through May 23, 2013 on the 2013 Farm Bill
Resource Added: 05/24/2013
Comparison of Approaches to Price Supports for the 2013 Farm Bill
Agriculture Reform, Food and Jobs Act of 2013 (S. 954)
Resource Added: 05/16/2013
Draft legislative language of the House Agriculture Committee's Farm Bill proposal.
Resource Added: 05/10/2013
A summary of the 2013 Chairman's Mark provided by the House Agriculture Committee
Draft legislative language of the Senate Agriculture Committee's Farm Bill proposal.
A summary of the 2013 Chairwoman's Mark provided by the Senate Agriculture Committee