Louisiana’s Rep. Letlow introduces legislation to help address producer challenges after natural disasters

Natural disasters like wildfires and hurricanes can cause millions of dollars in damage to ag operations.

To address some of the challenges of rebuilding after such disasters, Louisiana Congresswoman Julia Letlow introduced the Emergency Conservation Program Improvement Act and the Drought Relief Act.

Rep. Letlow spoke with RFD-TV’s own Tammi Arender on the proposed legislation, how it will benefit producers, and what she is hearing from the Farm Bill.

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