Photo courtesy: Missouri Cattlemen’s Association
It’s time to write a new farm bill, but if Congress can get it done in time remains to be seen.
Ag lobbyist Jay Truitt, principal of Policy Solutions says the days of developing a traditional farm bill may be drawing to a close. He tells Brownfield there’s always going to be a need for farm policy. “But the idea that we’re always going to have this big monstrosity of a thing that we’re going to do every 4 years, I’m not for sure it is a permanent fixture, but it is for 2023.”
Republicans have a narrow margin in the U.S.