In an effort to revive the House farm bill that failed last month, the House voted in favor of a pared-down version of the bill that does not include food-stamp funding Thursday.

In a narrow 216-208 vote, the House passed the farm-focused legislation.

Traditionally, farm and nutrition assistance programs have been combined into one massive farm bill. With the House’s inability to pass one bill in June — in large part due to disagreements over cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or food stamps — House Republicans split the legislation Wednesday evening.