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,...

EPA Moving Slowly Toward New Clean Water Rule

The Waters of the U.S. regulations, enforced under the Obama administration, have been withdrawn; but the EPA has been slow to come up with...

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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...

Market

Logistics Problems Mount as Nebraska Floods Expand

Nebraska-flood-impact Flooding in Nebraska is so bad that Nebraska Farm Bureau has established a disaster relief fund for the state’s farmers and rural communities that...

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 20, 2019

Keep the umbrella handy today, as minor precipitation moves over the state. We expect scattered showers to bring a few hundredths to no more...

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...