The American Soybean Association (ASA) is asking producers to participate in a Farm Bill survey, the results of which will be discussed at the ASA board of directors meeting on Dec. 7 and used in discussions with the new administration, House and Senate agriculture committees and Congress in January.
The survey, which closes Nov. 25, includes questions on the producer's crops. Under
commodities, it asks about the Agricultural Risk Coverage program and Price
Loss Coverage program. It also asks about conservation and Farm Bill
conservation programs, including pollinator habitat and water quality programs.
The survey also asks about international trade programs,
such as the Market Access Program, Foreign Market Development program and the World Initiative for Soy in Human Health.
Research and energy are also topics covered in the survey.
Participants in the survey are invited to comment on biofuels and biodiesel programs.
The ASA also asked for comments on the full list of titles
included in the 2014 Farm Bill and its provisions.
To access the online survey, go to: www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3131621/ASA-2018-Farm-Bill-Survey.
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American Soybean Association 12125 Woodcrest Executive Dr St Louis, MO 63141
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