Monday, September 24, 2018
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Tag: 2018 Farm Bill

Alan Guebert reflects on Congress' slow, circular march to some legislative nowhere as September days evaporate.

Farmers must tell lawmakers how their operations have benefitted from farm bill programs so that the 2018 bill reflects the needs of American farmers.

While the Senate and House each passed versions of the farm bill earlier this summer, neither is in a hurry to combine them before leaving Capitol Hill.

There’s something wrong with a process that delivers a farm bill so flawed groups on opposite ends of the political spectrum join forces to condemn it.

No one, on either side of the farm bill debate, can explain why Chairman Mike Conaway is offering a partisan bill loaded with short-term policy choices.

The House Ag Committee Republican chairman went full cowboy on committee Democrats after learning they would vote no on his 2018 farm bill due to SNAP cuts.

In farm and ranch country, spring brings tough questions and choices. Both could have been softened if farm and political leaders sought compromise.

According to Alan Guebert, the 2018 farm bill is a 2014 clone. That means market trends funded under the 2014 Farm Bill will get more fuel to grow.

Trump’s trade strategy is deadly for America’s farmers and ranchers because Congress is writing a multi-year farm bill completely tied to trade.

Alan Guebert believes the cotton gang sees the disaster relief bill as an opening to take another shot at a new payment scheme it has wanted for years.
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