Rising prices for corn and soybeans provided some boost among farmers about current economic conditions but higher operating costs are a growing concern.
Indiana’s agriculture community remains optimistic about its future.
Indiana’s agriculture sector is not optimistic about its future.
State officials want to boost interest in buying locally produced and grown agriculture products.
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.
A partnership between Indiana Grown and Purdue University could lead to new strategies to help the state’s agriculture industry make more money.
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.
Indiana makes top three finalists but loses bid for two USDA divisions to greater Kansas City area.
Several Northern Indiana farms will be among the Featured Farmers showcasing their products at the 2019 Indiana State Fair Aug. 2-18.