Hundreds of farmers and ranchers take to Capitol Hill to push the Farm bill through the House.
North Dakota Farmers Union President Woody Barth recently returned home from Washington D.C.
Barth along with 30 other North Dakota producers were on capitol hill for the National Farmers Union Fly-In.
This year's fly-in focus is the Farm Bill.
The Senate passed their version of the bill last June and the House Agriculture Committee passed theirs in July.
It now needs to go to the House floor.
(Woody Barth / NDFU President) "The Senate did a great job in passing their version of the farm bill. The House Ag Committee did a bipartisan farm bill and that is where it stopped. It needs to be brought forward, brought to the House floor, then I think we could get a bill done, but with that road block there, there was a lot of frustration that this Farm Bill is not going to get done now and we will probably see a Farm Bill expire here at the end of the month."
The current farm bill expires September 30th.