Last week, some parts of Indiana were dumped with over 12 inches of snow. As the thermometer dipped well below freezing, the wind chill made it feel even colder — down to 40 below zero!
Hoosier farmers protected farm animals with extra feed and a heat lamp or two. As far as the crops go, they’ll likely have to wait for the thick layer of snow to melt before they can plan for the spring planting.
Thanks to Bread & Roses Garden and Nursery, Heartland Family Farm, Meadowlark Farm, Uplands Peak Sanctuary and Jana Wilson for sending us these images!