The Farm Bill is one of the largest pieces of agricultural legislation that moves through the congressional process in Washington, DC. Farm bills are considered approximately every five years by our congressional leaders. Missouri Farm Bureau supports the passage and enactment of the 2018 Farm Bill as it relates to farmers and ranchers throughout the country.  The bill works to provide a basic level of risk protection for farmers. Farm Bills historically contain multiple sections or “titles”, such as commodities, conservation, trade, and crop insurance. The 2018 Farm Bill was signed into law on December 20, 2018. Now that the 2018 Farm Bill has been in place for a few years, we are turning our attention to priorities and proposals that will surface as we consider the next Farm Bill, due in 2023.