State ag officials push for on-time farm bill to fund slew of programs

Idaho State Department of Agriculture official urges Congress to provide certainty to farmers by finishing farm bill before current authorizations expire Sept. 30

By: - February 17, 2023 3:01 pm
Chickens roaming through and feeding at Lakota Ranch

Chickens roam through and feed at Lakota Ranch during From Service to Stewardship, a two-day workshop in Remington, Virginia, on May 21, 2016. The Livestock Conservancy, Virginia Cooperative Extension, and Lakota Ranch held the workshop to help educate military service veterans about rare breed animal and poultry options for farming enterprises. The 2014 Farm Bill reauthorized the program and expanded targeted communities. (Lance Cheung/USDA)

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Adam Goldstein
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Adam Goldstein is the D.C. Bureau intern for States Newsroom. Goldstein is a graduate student at the University of Missouri School of Journalism, studying digital reporting. He is originally from San Francisco, and loves swimming, cooking, and the San Francisco 49ers.