The president of the North Dakota Grain Growers has harsh words for the US House of Representatives.
"I'll tell you something -- if you had employees, and they weren't getting the job done, I don't think you'd give them a six-week vacation," said Dan Wogsland. "Congress decided to give itself a six week vacation. They've got some work to do."
Wogsland says Congress needs to pass a farm bill. The current farm bill expires Sept. 30th.