Discussions of federal spending on food and agricultural initiatives has opened, with the release of the Trump administration budget proposal. The plan proposes a $228 billion reduction in federal farm and nutrition spending over 10 years. The American Farm Bureau Federation expressed concern about the proposal, and said it will ask Congress to maintain programs that are vital to farmers and rural communities.We have a couple of reporters seeking reactions and analyses of the budget proposal. For our coverage, keep watch at CapitalPress.com.
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
CFBF: Trump budget reduces farm and food spending
From the California Farm Bureau Federation's Food and Farm News: