A group of about 250 farmers met in Marshall, Minnesota for a Town Hall discussion with House Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin Peterson. Peterson spent a lot of time discussing the new Market Facilitation Program. Peterson made it clear to farmers if they don’t plant, they won’t get a payment. “I talked to Bill Northey on the phone Wednesday. I told him I thought they made a mistake in releasing MFP 2.0 so soon,” Peterson explained to farmers. “I wish I could tell you this payment would be $50 an acre, then you could make a decision and figure out what makes sense. We don’t know payments right now though.” Peterson also talked about trade, prevent plant and the disaster aid bill. Listen to the full interview with Peterson.