Why buy chocolate pudding from the store when you can make it yourself? Heather Tallman shows Felix an easy and delicious recipe for the dessert.
About 2 million acres of Aquamax corn were planted across the Corn Belt this year, making it the first drought-resistant lineup to be widely available.
Farmland prices have risen between 14 percent and 18 percent this year.
Low fat frozen yogurt thickens this banana and strawberry smoothie.
The House and Senate are at odds over cuts to food stamps, which dominate spending in the farm bill.
Heather Tallman shows Felix how to make his own after-school snacks. These roll-ups are quick to prepare and taste delicious.
We asked our listeners to weigh in on raw milk topics. Should dairy producers be allowed to sell unpasteurized milk in Indiana or not? Is raw milk safe?
Farm-based tourism attractions like “u-pick” berry patches, wine tastings, dude ranches and guided hunting trips have operated in the region for years.
Ahead of federally-mandated menu changes, McDonald's is voluntarily posting nutritional information alongside menu items.
So long Atkins! A diet full of flora is the new craze.
Kansas departments Commerce and Agriculture have been touting the state at dairy conventions, press conferences, and on their websites.
Few apples were produced this year in the Midwest because of a late spring freeze that killed the newly formed buds.
Traditional Arts Indiana examines the development of home canning and how Indiana residents utilize various aesthetic and technological methods.
Even though lots of corn and soybean farmers are taking a beating because of drought, it’s not likely to drive many out of business. Most carry insurance.
Our story begins where the drought does, at the Arkansas’ headwaters and follows the river to its demise on sunbaked Kansas prairie.
Indiana's corn and soybean crop yields are some of the hardest hit in the U.S.
Community service and high quality coffee are the backbones of Indianapolis' Calvin Fletcher's Coffee Company.
Traditional Arts Indiana hightail it to Indianapolis to sample the movable feasts of the modern food truck industry.
Crops are not the only things wilting in the sweltering summer of 2012; the largest animals on the farm are also under stress.