The chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee and the committee's top Democratic member traveled to the Kansas State University campus last week and kicked off the hearing process to craft the next farm bill. The Midlands and the rest of the nation's farm country should hope the legislative process goes far more productively than last time.
Development of the current farm bill, which runs through September 2018, was supposed to be a two-year process. Instead it wound up being a four-yea
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