Kansans react to farm bill

TheAgriculture Improvement Act of 2018, commonly known as the “farm bill,” is a new law some Kansans are excited for at the start of the year.

“The general feeling from farmers is relief that one was actually passed,” Robin Reid, a Kansas State Research and Extension Agriculture Economist, said in an email on behalf of Sandra Wick, K-State Research and Extension Crop Production Agent.

Late last year, President Donald Trump signed the bill, which has seen positive remarks from individuals such as Sen. Pat Roberts, who announced he is retiring in 2020 earlier this month.

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