Farm bill survey seeks grower input

As the National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) continues to develop its farm bill priorities, it has created and launched a farm bill survey to gather feedback from growers about what policies are most important to farmers and identify practical policy recommendations that would benefit the grower community. NAWG relies on grower input to be effective advocates before Congress and across the administration.

The farm bill survey asks farmers to describe their experiences on a wide variety of programs set to expire or lapse with the 2018 Farm Bill on Sept. 30, 2023. NAWG encourages growers to complete the NAWG farm bill survey and contribute their voices to planning a successful farm bill reauthorization. The survey is 33 questions in length and provides opportunities to comment on a broad array of farm programs. The survey is at