The farm bill was discussed at a farm outside Bridgewater, South Dakota Tuesday afternoon. South Dakota Congressman Dusty Johnson along with Congressman Glen Thompson of Pennsylvania, the ranking member of the House Agriculture Committee, met with various officials from South Dakota farm and commodity organizations to hear comments relating to the new farm bill. The current farm legislation is set to expire in September of 2023. Scott Stahl, president of the South Dakota Corn Growers Association, hosted the roundtable event. He says corn growers are generally pleased with the current farm legislation, and only want to see some small tweaks occur with the new farm bill. Stahl says it was good to share comments with the Congressional members about the new farm bill.