Young farmers are necessary to sustain the agricultural economy in the state, but they face a difficult farming environment.
With Donald Trump's victory, farmers are hoping to profit. But most rural Americans aren't farmers. Small towns have their own priorities.
Indiana's 200 or so veterinarians do a lot of driving, and starting in January, they'll need to do even more.
It's time you upgraded your traditional persimmon pudding recipe.
It's fair season in Indiana. This means lots of 4-H activities happening around the state -- but they might not be the ones you're picturing.
Changes in how we farm means taller corn by Independence Day.
An Indiana software engineer has whipped up a frothy vegan alternative to egg whites.
What does it take to run a successful community supported agriculture program? A look at Indiana's popcorn industry. And, two types of pickles for spring foods.
Although this outbreak is so far relatively small, it is a concern because of last year’s devastating avian flu outbreak in the upper Midwest.
The Indiana Hemp Industries Association hosted four speakers who talked about the many obstacles preventing hemp from going mainstream in the state.
Small producers still feel the effects of #BoycottIndiana. Farmers could be forced to improve worker housing. And, pickles for tacos with No Coast Reserve.
Kachoris are fried and flaky pastry snacks, but I decided to bake them instead.
Cover crops, like crimson clover and hairy vetch, grow during the winter when everything else freezes.
An Indiana state senator has introduced a bill that would remove local counties' ability to block large-scale livestock operations within their jurisdiction.
Indiana state Senator Dennis Kruse recognizes his bill requiring labels on foods containing GMOs faces an uphill battle.
Strawberry picking, though delicious, is tougher than you might think! I used some of my harvest to make Strawberry Chia Jam.
We get hyper-local in our latest food media article. These five bloggers talk about their food lives in southern Indiana.
A new report from Feeding American says 16 percent of people in Indiana are food insecure.
According to a USDA Census released last week, Indiana farms and farmland is decreasing.
Indiana's organic crop acreage increased 2 percent this year, but Ohio, Illinois and Kentucky surpassed that by much more.