Sen. Tuberville: The FARM Act would protect U.S. agriculture from foreign control

Lawmakers are renewing their effort to combat foreign influence in U.S. agriculture. Legislation is being reintroduced to bolster the security of America’s farmland and ag supply chains. It comes amid a rapid increase in foreign investment in the ag sector.

Senator Tommy Tuberville of Alabama spoke with RFD-TV’s own Tammi Arender about what the FARM Act aims to do, why the legislation is needed, and the potential long-term benefits for agriculture.

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