Indiana Farm Bureau – Listening Session – November 28


Indiana Farm Bureau, in conjunction with the Purdue Center for Commercial Agriculture, will host a free listening session on Nov. 28 at the Beck Agricultural Center in West Lafayette from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to engage farmers across the state on issues concerning the farm bill. The meeting kicks off with lunch, followed by a short program by Dr. Jim Mintert and an update on Indiana Farm Bureau’s and the American Farm Bureau Federation’s efforts working toward the 2018 Farm Bill. The rest of the session will be spent in discussion and Q&A to gain feedback from farmers on what is and is not working for them in the current farm bill.

This meeting is open to the public and you can register at the door.

More information regarding the farm bill can be found here. The AFBF Farm Bill Working Group has examined issues, information gaps and analysis needed to engage members in the development of a new farm bill and has provided a series of informational papers to consider. The site also includes helpful videos and resources links.

November 22, 2016 09:43 am | Education and Event

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