LITTLE ROCK, AR-- A farm bill failed in Congress, leaving many Arkansas farmers wondering what happens next.
Supporters say the bill would have provided an economic safety net for farmers. But some say the bill wasn't fair to start.
Kelly Carney owns North Pulaski Farms and says the bill favored large farms, not small ones like his.
"For every dime that was spent on a small farmer, a large farmer got a 100 dollar bill. I don't think that makes sense," said Carney.
But there are some people very upset about the farm bill not passing, saying the measure is a missed opportunity to move the industry forward.
The Arkansas Farm Bureau says the bill would have had a good impact on Arkansas farming.