True farming reform means adjusting the system to support small and midsize producers and cultivating a more sustainable system of agriculture.
By Gracy Olmstead
Ms. Olmstead is a writer who contributes to The American Conservative, The Week, The Washington Post and other publications.
Amid a five-year farm recession, continuing woes for small dairy farmers and a trade war with China, a lot is riding on this year’s Farm Bill. But the version Congress approved this week and that President Trump is expected to sign could make a bad situation worse.