Agricultural Adjustment Act-The first Farm Bill, Signed in by President Roosevelt,
-Established the Agricultural Adjustment Administration which paid producers to cut their output.
-Established the Commodity Credit Corporation which offered crop loan and storage programs to make price supporting loans.
Agricultural Act-Signed on by President Eisenhower,
-Created the Soil Bank Act of 1956, which then created the soil bank program that allowed farmers to voluntarily remove farmland from production in an effort to reduce large crop surpluses and help conserve soil.
Agriculture and Consumer Protection Act-Signed on by President Nixon,
-created to lower food prices and was the origin of the Commodity Supplemental Food Program.
Food Security Act-This Act was signed on by President Raegan,
-created with provisions called the Swampbuster provisions to prevent producers from turning wetlands into non-wetlands.
-Dairy Herd Buyout Program initiated to reduce milk production surpluses.
Food, Agriculture, Conservation, and Trade ActThis act contains soil and water conservation provisions which reduce soil loss due to wind and water erosion, protect production of food and fiber, reduce sediment and improve water quality, and assist in preserving wetlands. programs designed in this program include: the Conservation reserve program, wetlands reserve program, agricultural water quality incentive program and the environmental easement program.
Farm Security and Rural Investment Act-In this bill, there was more focus on soil, water, and wildlife. The outlook on local, regional, and healthy foods was increasing.
-Main points of this bill included: conserving cropland, improving water supply, and managing wildlife
Agriculture Improvement Act-Signed in by President Trump
-This Bill offers multiple assistance programs for farmers, ranchers, and private forest landowners for topics such as, risk management, disaster assistance, loans, and conservation.
-This plan also allowed states to legalize Hemp and the use of marijuana