House Agriculture Committee Leadership Announces Farm Bill Input Portal Open Through June 9th

House Agriculture Committee Chairman, Congressman G.T. Thompson (R-PA) and Ranking Member David Scott (D-GA) have announced the opening of a farm bill feedback portal for Members of Congress to submit priorities and input for the next Farm Bill, whether or not they are Members of the House Agriculture Committee. Chairman Thompson stated, “In order to craft a comprehensive, effective Farm Bill, we must hear from stakeholders across the country.  Members understand the needs of their districts best and can provide crucial insight that supports our nation’s producers.” Ranking Member Scott stated, “To ensure the 2023 Farm Bill is as strong as it can possibly be, I encourage every Member of the U.S. House to convey the agriculture and nutrition priorities of their district using this innovative online portal.” The portal will be open for Members to submit input through June 9. The leaders also announced a portal open to the public for feedback submissions, which may be found here. The leaders did not specify a deadline for the public portal.