The Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 will expire in September 2023, and federal lawmakers are actively crafting legislation that will regulate agricultural programs for the next several years.
As lawmakers began crafting the 2018 Farm Bill, the nation’s dairy farmers let them know they needed protections that amount to more than a drop in the bucket.
In an uncertain business, the 2018 Farm Bill brings America’s farmers and ranchers five years of certainty by providing improved risk management tools and crop insurance.
The 2018 Farm Bill is set to become law, and President Trump is expected to sign it this afternoon.
The American Farm Bureau Federation has joined 15 other agriculture organizations urging House and Senate agriculture leaders to complete the federal farm bill by the end of the year.