Farm Bill cultivation time is now, according to NMPF

The House Ag Committee will continue hearings and a series of listening sessions as it prepares for the 2023 Farm Bill. A hearing to review dairy provisions of the Farm Bill will be held tomorrow morning.

The National Milk Producer Federation says that the Farm Bill “cultivation time” is now. Baul Bleiberg states that tomorrow Lollie Lusher a Pennsylvania dairy farmer will testify in front of the ag committee and discuss the state of the dairy economy.


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