In the United States, the farm bill is the primary agricultural and food policy tool of the federal government. The comprehensive omnibus bill is passed every 5 years or so by the United States Congress and deals with both agriculture and all other affairs under the purview of the United States Department of Agriculture.
It usually makes amendments and suspensions to provisions of permanent law, reauthorizes, amends, or repeals provisions of preceding temporary agricultural acts, and puts forth new policy provisions for a limited time into the future.
- Farm Service Agency
- USDA FSA ARC-PLC Program
- Dairy Margin Coverage Decision Tool
- USDA FSA Farm Loan Programs
- USDA FSA Conservation Programs
- USDA FSA Cotton Ginning Cost Share Programs
- USDA Disaster Assistance Programs
- USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service