Closeup of United States Capital buildingTo prepare for the 2023 Farm Bill, the U.S. House Agriculture Committee is seeking feedback on the 2018 farm bill is now being accepted, according to the U.S. House Agriculture Committee leader Glenn Thompson (R-Pa.). Representative Thompson says feedback from farm country is critical for D.C.-based lawmakers to better meet rural constituents’ needs.

With election midterms approaching quickly, the Farm Bill has the potential to vary greatly depending on which party wins elections. Regardless of which party takes control of the House later in the year, a significant focus of the Farm Bill will remain on nutrition, ultimately leveraging a $1 trillion nutrition price tag. July 20 is the next Farm Bill review where the House Ag Committee members will consider title XI crop insurance, which outlines the federal crop insurance provided by USDA’s Risk Management Agency.

Read more on the 2023 Farm Bill here and submit your feedback via this online form.