Regulatory Reform

Clean Water Act, WOTUS

The EPA is making it impossible for farmers and ranchers to look at their land and know what can be regulated. read more

Climate Change

The Endangered Species Act

Neonicotinoids & Honey Bees


Food Security & Safety

Food Safety & Labeling

American consumers deserve to have confidence that their food is safe and that the best science is used to ensure that they have access to the most wholesome products.  read more




Biotechnology is an important tool for better sustainability and food security. It helps farmers grow more food while improving the environment. For example, biotechnology reduces the use of costly inputs and improves weed management, allowing farmers to reduce tillage for better soil, water and air quality.  read more

Data Privacy

Rural Broadband



Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement would give U.S. farmers and ranchers access to some of the fastest growing markets in the Pacific Rim. AFBF studies show that passing TPP would boost net farm income by $4.4 billion. read more

US Agriculture and Cuba

US - EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Agreement



Comprehensive US Energy Policy

In the recent past, tight oil and natural gas supplies drove U.S. farm inputs and energy prices to all-time highs, substantially increasing farm production costs. In the near term, stopping exploration for and use of fossil fuels cannot be done without severely disrupting our economy and threatening Americans’ standard of living. read more

Tax Incentives for Renewable Fuel and Energy


Immigration Reform

Agriculture Labor Reform

Securing a reliable and competent workforce for our nation’s farms and ranches is essential to agriculture and the U.S. economy. Yet every year, U.S. agriculture faces a critical shortage of workers, making our farms and ranches less competitive with foreign farmers and less reliable for the American consumer.  read more



Tax Reform


2018 Farm Bill

Farm Bill Resources In-Depth

Farm programs are written to provide a basic level of risk protection to help offset bad economic times and severe weather. No one buys insurance for the good times, and similarly, farm bill programs provide critical tools to help farmers and ranchers manage risk. read more