The farm bill, trade and transportation are top-of-mind for North Dakota Farmers Union members who met with USDA officials and members of Congress in Washington D.C. Ramsey County Farmers Union President Adam Leiphon remains optimistic Congress will extend the farm bill. “Farmers Union is hoping for a five year extension of the current bill. Obviously there was also some visiting about trade and tariffs as well.” Steele County Farmers Union President Randy Richards left harvest at home to address what’s happening on Capitol Hill. “What’s going on in ag right now is so serious and not healthy. With the tariffs that are in place, we need to get a farm bill set up.” Hear more of the conversation in this interview. RRFN’s coverage of the National Farmers Union Fall Legislative Fly-In is made possible by the North Dakota Farmers Union.