The USDA has approved eight more counties for a secretarial disaster declaration, after heavy rains this summer washed out crops throughout the state.
The state’s new Indiana Grown program has added around 100 members in its first month, yet educating the public about the initiative remains a challenge.
Agricultural experts are expected to predict a poor harvest this year because of near-record rainfall in June and July.
Candidates addressed crop insurance, Cuba and the EPA at the Indiana Ag Policy Summit.
Indiana Grown launches today; police are investigating the home of Subway spokesman Jared Fogle in Zionsville. Read more in our morning roundup.
Project manager David King says the program can help farmers, producers and consumers. He says the state needs Indiana people buying Indiana products.
INDOT to map out alternative routes for the final stretch of I-69; Columbus authorities warning about dangerous flood waters. Read more in our morning roundup.
Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann will leave for an agriculture trade mission to China on Monday.
ISU's unmanned systems program is now able to offer a bachelor's degree; a visiting black bear is still exploring Indiana. Read more in our morning roundup.
A Kentucky whiskey maker will buy and expand a Spencer lumber mill; new educational standards for the agriculture industry. Read more in our morning roundup.