From crop insurance to conservation, many debates are underway for the next farm bill. But three key insights will guide what to expect as progress is made.
House Ag Committee Chairman Glenn Thompson (R-Pa)’s leadership has analysts spectating three items worth tracking as conversations ensue:
1. FSA program limitations, breaking down farm size, and analyzing how the farm bill and federal aid can benefit a broader range of producers.
2. AGI Calculations could be under scrutiny when determining federal disaster aid.
3. Crop insurance coverage that could be more focused on climate and conservation tactics but should be a choice, not mandatory.
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