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 sector is feeling less optimistic about its outlook, causing many producers to rethink plans to invest in operations.
Indiana’s agriculture community remains optimistic about its future.
Indiana’s agriculture sector is not optimistic about its future.
Ag producer sentiment rebounded in June as farmers’ expressed a more optimistic outlook about the future of the ag economy.
Several Northern Indiana farms will be among the Featured Farmers showcasing their products at the 2019 Indiana State Fair Aug. 2-18.
INDIANAPOLIS ‒ Jerry Raynor was named Indiana’s state conservationist for the Natural Resources Conservation Service, part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Raynor will oversee 80 local service centers, four area offices, and eight conservation delivery teams across the state and more than 200 employees who work directly with farmers and landowners. Raynor is a […]