What's in the farm bill for Vermont agriculture?

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) The farm bill approved by the U.S. Senate Tuesday could cost $867 billion and contains some wins for Vermont.

It rejects proposed labeling requirements for maple and honey that would have listed natural sugars as added sugars. It also allows farmers to grow hemp -- an industry the Vermont Agriculture Secretary says will likely outperform the marijuana market if that becomes legal.

Galen Ettlin spoke with Jackie Folsom with the Vermont Farm Bureau about what else is in this bill, and whether it a win for Vermont farmers.