House Agriculture has passed its version of the 2012 farm bill, but speculation provided by Keith Good at Farm Policy suggests it may not get to the floor. Instead there'd be a temporary extension of current legislation and action later, after the election. Sounds likely to me--Good quotes an expert on how seldom the new farm bill is passed on time.
The problem for FSA is they don't know what to prepare to implement, the House version, the Senate version or something new which the conference committee comes up with. As the time gets tighter, the less we know.
Gee, I'm glad I'm retired.