One farm safety expert says the agricultural industry is having trouble breaking through that plateau.
There won't be a bumper crop this year, but depending on summer weather, most farmers should recover.
The Purdue University Extension is hosting a program tomorrow night for farmers and small acreage landowners.
The heavy snow over the last few days is bringing some much-needed relief to the drought conditions that have plagued Indiana for much of the year.
Warm temperatures, brisk winds and lack of rain are creating dangerous fire conditions, especially for farmers.
Local groups are popping all over the state addressing the state's water quality- specifically watershed management.
Poll responders showed support for the bill, despite its possible negative effects on tobacco farmers in Southern Indiana.
Farmers say plants are showing signs of distress with wilted and rolled leaves after a summer that has left Indiana "abnormally" dry.