Indiana Farm Bureau has been lobbying for a formula that would compare soil productivity to a state average and leave management practices out of the equation.
How Indiana decides to implement the healthcare law could significantly affect farmers, who often have a hard time getting affordable insurance.
Don Villwock says farmers found some relief in the bill that was passed to avert the fiscal cliff, but a comprehensive farm bill still needs to be adopted.
The Indiana Farm Bureau shows prices have increased 3 percent from last quarter and broken a record set in 2008.
Find out why the pork industry in the Hoosier state is so important and how the state is recovering from the perfect storm that caused the industry to topple.