Chinese Buyers Seek Tariff Exemptions for Purchasing U.S. Farm Goods

Bloomberg reports some Chinese companies are applying for U.S. tariff exemptions as they inquire about the possibility of buying U.S. agricultural goods. That announcement...

Questions Answered at First Purdue Hemp Field Day

Questions Answered at First Purdue Hemp Field Day Purdue held its first ever hemp field day on Friday in Lafayette. Interest in the event was...

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Heat Challenging Corn Crop Whether the Feet are Wet or Dry

A check with Purdue Extension corn specialist, King Corn Bob Nielsen, confirms the 2019 season isn’t producing the king of all corn crops, and...

Market

Indiana Industrial Hemp Crop Behind Like Corn and Soybeans

Industrial-hemp-behind-like-corn-and-beans Mark Boyer from Converse, Indiana just west of Marion was one of those attending the Purdue hemp field day Friday. Boyer got a late...

Policy

Perdue at Purdue: Shutting Down the Southern Border

Perdue at Purdue: Shutting Down the Southern Border The DEMOCRATS have given us the weakest immigration laws anywhere in the World. Mexico has the strongest,...

Indiana Weather

Ryan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for July 23, 2019

No change in our forecast this morning, except we are extending our dry pattern another day. We now look dry today through next Monday....

Energy

EPA Hurts Ethanol Demand in Proposed RVO levels for 2020

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a proposed rule under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) program that would set the minimum amount...

Gary Truitt Commentary

Commentary: Who Can We Count on For Help?

By Gary Truitt This will be the year that is remembered as the 2019 crop disaster. It is the worst crop year that most reading...