The 2023 Farm Bill could look quite different from the last two, according to Senate Agriculture Committee members at a hearing this past week. Between high input costs, high commodity prices, and serious inflationary pressures amidst a continuously struggling supply chain, big questions remain heading into the legislative process. Ranking member John Boozman (R-Ark.) says these issues will likely stick around for a while, particularly as lawmakers look to bring in permanent disaster assistance, conservation funding, and addressing the record-high input costs while still keeping farmers in business.

Read more on the 2023 Farm Bill outlook and timeline here.