Cheyenne WY- (KGWN) More cuts are coming to Cheyenne families who rely on food stamps.
Wyoming's U.S. senators split their vote on the nearly one-trillion-dollar farm bill today in a 68 to 32 vote.
It was already approved by the house and now goes to president Obama to be signed into law.
The legislation sets five years of eating and farming policy in the U.S.
It increases spending on farmers markets and cuts the food stamp program.
Consumers will now have more information about the meats they buy.
The Farm Bill requires details be included on the packaging of all beef, chicken and pork sold in the U.S.