Young farmers are necessary to sustain the agricultural economy in the state, but they face a difficult farming environment.
Hoosier farmers planted more than one million acres of cover crops this year, up from virtually none in 2004.
The state estimates 800 people in ag-sustained injuries on the job in 2015, but farms with less than 10 people aren't included in that number.
Indiana's associate state climatologist says Indiana is part of the northern edge of a massive drought affecting the southeastern United States.
Two statewide organizations that represent farmers hosted a forum to talk about the election's impact on agriculture.
At an Indiana Farm Bureau forum, some producers worried the Trump administration might cut the Farm Bill down to reduce spending and regulations.
Most of the Hoosier prospects to run the U.S. Department of Agriculture were on the Trump campaign's agricultural advisory team.
The cash crop market may slowly be making its way out of a low-earning period.
Consolidated Grain & Barge's plans to increase its daily output by more than twice its current soybean processing capacity.
Fuel and fertilizer costs have been low, but so have grain prices and crop insurance payouts.