Washington—Every five years, Congress passes legislation that sets national agriculture, nutrition, conservation, and forestry policy, commonly referred to as the “Farm Bill.”
U.S. Senator Roger Marshall launched a web site this week that will allow the Kansas agriculture community to share input on the 2023 Farm Bill.
The U.S. Senate Ag committee also has a web site collection input. Members of congress are currently in the early stages of writing the 2023 Farm Bill, which will impact agriculture in Kansas and around the world for the foreseeable future.
CLICK HERE or click here to include your input
“This legislation needs to deliver the critical resources and support that our farmers, ranchers, growers and producers have long relied upon,” Senator Marshall said. “That is why I am asking members of Kansas agriculture community to take our 2023 Farm Bill survey. Your input through this survey will be informative as we continue our work on this important piece of legislation. We only write a Farm Bill every five years so it is important we get it right.”