With weather, tariffs, pests and other forces that affect agriculture, farmers must be innovative, find new ways to improve yields and protect the viability of their land for the future.
The state of Indiana has submitted proposed guidelines to the U.S. Department of Agriculture for the legal production of hemp.
A partnership between Indiana Grown and Purdue University could lead to new strategies to help the state’s agriculture industry make more money.
A drop in the price for turkey is the leading reason why Hoosiers can expect to pay less for groceries to prepare a traditional Thanksgiving dinner this year.
A total of 96 Indiana family farms, including nine from Northwest and Northcentral Indiana, were presented with Hoosier Homestead Awards Aug. 9 in recognition of operating as a farm for at least 100 consecutive years.
Ag producer sentiment rebounded in June as farmers’ expressed a more optimistic outlook about the future of the ag economy.
A wetter than normal spring has translated to setbacks in planting corn and soybeans statewide.
Indiana makes top three finalists but loses bid for two USDA divisions to greater Kansas City area.
Nominations will be accepted through June 30 for the state’s 2019 AgriVision Award.
Agribusiness entrepreneurs use technology to develop ideas that save them time, money Agriculture is big business in the Hoosier state, and there’s still plenty of room to grow. According to state estimates, Indiana ranks in the top 10 nationally in the 2017 production of corn, soybeans, peppermint, spearmint, watermelon, tomatoes, cantaloupe and pumpkins. Sales in […]