Farm Bill Stirring up Debate | Video| 9/7/2012
It`s a decision that will have a lasting effect on farmers across the country.
"The bill that was passed by the Senate actually has a $23 billion cut from the previous Farm Bill. So we feel that agriculture, even though it is such a small part of the budget, it is certainly willing to give up part of the financing or the public moneys that have been made available to it,Ē said Jim Teigen, North Dakota Farmers Union District Director.
The North Dakota Farmers Union is headed to Washington D.C. where they will speak to members of Congress about the bill.