House Agriculture Committee Press Release
An integral part of the oversight and review process of the 2018 Farm Bill and further preparation for the 2023 Farm Bill is getting direct input from producers, stakeholders, and consumers on how various farm bill programs are working for them.
House Agriculture Committee Chairman David Scott and Ranking Member Glenn "GT" Thompson are pleased to offer the opportunity for members of the public to submit their feedback and ideas for the 2023 Farm Bill through an online form available here.
“This is a chance to hear directly from farmers, ranchers and foresters across the nation who utilize our farm bill programs to make sure we are prioritizing their needs as well as the needs of the nutrition, research, and rural development communities,” said Chairman David Scott. “I strongly encourage all who are interested to share their input on how the 2018 Farm Bill is or is not meeting their needs, so that we, at the House Agriculture Committee, can craft a strong farm bill and best meet the needs of people.”
“It is critical we receive feedback from farmers, ranchers, producers, and families nationwide as the 2023 Farm Bill draws nearer. Hearing directly from farm country about what’s working and what’s not is the only way to ensure we craft a bill that meets the needs of rural America,” said Ranking Member Glenn "GT" Thompson.
In addition to the feedback gathered online, the House Agriculture Committee will continue to conduct hearings in Washington, DC and hold listening sessions across the country to gather input as we prepare for the 2023 Farm Bill.
Editor's Note: The National Aquaculture Association (NAA) "walked the hill" in early May to share 2023 Farm Bill requests and recently wrote Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry with specific requests for crop insurance and disaster assistance programs. Contact the NAA Office at email@example.com or 850-216-2400 for copies of the 2023 Farm Bill requests.