As Congress formally kicks off debate over a new farm bill in 2023, you can expect a lot of discussion over what types of federal farm programs are important and how funding should be distributed in an effort to support farmers, ranchers and the consumers who rely on them. Outside of the House and Senate Ag Committees, private companies, public institutions, non-profit organizations, and even non-farm investors are also looking to be involved in these discussions.
At the 2023 Agri-Pulse Ag & Food Policy Summit, we will look at some of the forward-looking ideas under development that will drive policy discussions for not only this year, but the decades ahead. We’ll visit with some of the diverse players who are trying to influence legislation and investment decisions. Plus, we will delve into the availability and sustainability of crucial resources like land, water, and crop protection chemicals.
Early bird tickets are available until Feb.15.