Although it was no easy decision, when pressed to predict which would be more likely — Kansas State winning the Big 12 Conference football title, the Kansas City Chiefs winning the Super Bowl or Congress passing a farm bill by year’s end — two Kansas lawmakers chose the latter.

“I’m going to hedge on the farm bill getting passed this year,” said Sharice Davids, Kansas’ Third District House representative.

Tracey Mann, Kansas’ First District House representative, agreed, saying farm bill text for review from the U.S. Senate is slated for a November release, with U.S. House drafts expected sooner.