After two consecutive months of sharp declines an index that monitors Indiana’s economic sentiment in the state’s ag sector has stabilized.
Global pandemic aside, observers of business activity in Northwest Indiana may say the Region was void of any crisis the past year.
Local food growers say the pandemic sparked a buy-local movement because national supply chains seemed much more fragile than believed.
A statewide competition seeks the best solutions to help Indiana’s agriculture sector and farmers work more efficiently.
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.