How could the new Farm Bill differ from the 2018 legislation?
University of Missouri Extension Professor Dr. Scott Brown joined us Monday on Market Day Report with further perspective on where Farm Bill discussions currently stand in the legislative process and whether there is concern the transfer of leadership in the House could delay the passage of this important piece of ag legislation even further into the future.
It’s been more than a month since the 2018 Farm Bill expired, and a new version has yet to see floor time in Congress. While work continues behind the scenes, speculation looms over the potential for an extension.
University of Missouri Extension Professor Dr. Scott Brown joined us Monday on Market Day Report with further perspective. In his discussion with RFD-TV’s own Tammi Arender, Dr. Brown explained where Farm Bill discussions currently stand, his expectations of Congress going forward, differences in funding between the new legislation and its preceding legislation, and how the election of a new House speaker might impact the legislation process that could potentially delay the Farm Bill even further.