NASDA’s 2023 Farm Bill Priorities

NASDA leaders attended their Winter Policy Summit recently and they have laid out their top priorities for the next Farm Bill.

They include:

  • Animals Disease Prevention

  • Ag Research and Innovation

  • Conservation and Climate Resilience

  • Cybersecurity

  • Food Safety and Security

  • Hemp Opportunities and Regulations

  • Invasive Species Management

  • Farm To School Food Programs and Local Food Markets

  • Specialty Crop Block Grants

  • Trade Promotion


Farmers For Free Trade are hopeful for change in trade policies

Farmers and industry groups share how expanding markets is still a top priority

Protecting ag infrastructure from cyberattacks

Farm Act: looking our for farmers, our food supply, and national security

Lawmakers are looking for ways to add sustainability incentives to the 2023 Farm Bill

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