Illinois farmers should contact their congressmen and demand a farm bill before the end of 2018. Congress only has a few days to act if they hope to complete this legislation for the farmers in their states.
You can make your contact here using National Corn Growers Association’s system or call your Congressman directly at the following numbers:
Mike Bost: 202-225-5661 Raja Krishnamoorthi: 202-225-3711
Cheri Bustos: 202-225-5905 Darin LaHood: 202-225-6201
Danny Davis: 202-225-5006 Dan Lipinski: 202-225-5701
Rodney Davis: 202-225-2371 Mike Quigley: 202-225-4031
Bill Foster: 202-225-3515 Peter Roskam: 202-225-4561
Luis Gutierrez: 202-225-8203 Bobby Rush: 202-225-4372
Randy Hultgren: 202-225-2976 Janice Schakowsky: 202-225-2111
Robin Kelly: 202-225-0773 Brad Schneider: 202-225-4835
Adam Kinzinger: 202-225-3635 John Shimkus: 202-225-5271
Adjourning for the year and not finishing the farm bill would be very detrimental to Illinois farmers. You need the safety and stability of a farm bill in this time of low prices, falling farm incomes, and trade uncertainty. With only a few joint legislative days left, farmers need Congressional leaders to compromise on a strong, bipartisan, Farm Bill now. Tell Congress to get it done!
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