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New Farm Bill for this year ‘past expiration date’

By Elizabeth Bobenhausen Poultry Times staff

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GAINESVILLE, Ga. —A new Farm Bill due for this year passed its expiration date for passage on Sept. 30, 2023.

Holland and Knight said the Farm Bill, “is the single largest financial commitment that the U.S. government makes to U.S. food and agriculture producers, providing nutrition assistance, crop subsidies, crop insurance, rural broadband internet deployment and a range of other programs and initiatives. The Farm Bill is an omnibus, multiyear law that allows policymakers to set priorities for food and agriculture sector for a period, usually every five years.”

The bill is renewed every five years. Both houses. . .

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