African Swine Fever Could Swing China Negotiations in US Favor

African Swine Fever Could Swing China Negotiations in US Favor Trade negotiations with China are continuing daily by phone and video conference. No face-to-face meetings...

Planting May be Late and Difficult

Planting May be Late and Difficult The 2019 planting season is shaping up to be late and difficult. However, there is one good thing: no...

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Crop Insurance Deadline Arrives Amid Widespread Confusion

Crop Insurance Deadline Arrives Amid Widespread Confusion Friday is the deadline to purchase crop insurance for the 2019 season, but confusion and last minute changes...

Market

Hoosier Homestead and National Ag Day Celebrations at Statehouse

Hoosier Homestead and National Ag Day Celebrations at Statehouse The past few days at the Indiana Statehouse has been a celebration of agriculture. On Friday,...

Policy

Rural Hoosiers Being Regulated by the Cities and Towns Where They...

Rural Hoosiers Being Regulated by the Cities and Towns Where They Can't Vote Extraterritorial jurisdiction. It’s not just a mouthful to say, but it’s a...

Indiana Weather

Ryan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for March 19, 2019

High pressure over the state this morning moves off to the east and will allow for light south winds to warm us slightly over...

Energy

Plunging Crude Prices May Signal Recession in 2019

The continuing collapse in oil prices signals that investors are worried about a 2019 recession, according to Helima Croft, global head of commodity strategy...

Gary Truitt Commentary

Commentary: It is National Ag Day, Again

By Gary Truitt Well, here we are again, National Agriculture day; or, as we celebrate it in Indiana, Agriculture Week. It is traditionally held at...