State officials are urging farmers to use precaution as the drought has increased risks for fire, harmful dust and mold due to decomposition.
Local business has not been affected by a Stanford University study that found organic food was no more nutritional than conventional food.
The Secretary of Agriculture says the drought alone, is not enough to cause a big spike in food prices.
USDA officials spent Wednesday in northern parts of the state and will head to Johnson County Thursday.
State officials say a federal farm bill could help alleviate the costs of this year's drought.
Indiana farmland values jumped by nearly 23-percent from 2010 to 2011.
The USDA is closing an office in Martinsville that offers farmers assistance in applying for loans and complying with federal regulations.
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.