American Soybean Association voices their main priorities for the 2023 Farm Bill

Soy growers are highlighting their priorities for the 2023 Farm Bill as the House and Senate Ag Committees lay the foundation for the pivotal legislation.

Chairman of the American Soybean Association, Kevin Scott spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison on their main priorities, how they plan on working with policymakers, and what to expect moving forward.

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