Tyner’s Leadership, Mentorship will be Hard to Replace

Purdue-officials-say-hard-to-replace-Tyner Wallace Tyner, the James and Lois Ackerman Professor of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University, passed away on Saturday August 17, 2019 after a brief...

FSA Still on Track for MFP2.0 Payments to Arrive This Week...

FSA Still on Track for MFP2.0 Payments to Arrive This Week or Next “I think this year is a lot more fair to a lot...

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Purdue Crops Field Day will be Relevant in Challenging 2019

Purdue-crops-field-day-preview The upcoming Purdue Extension annual Crops Field Day has a lineup that is very relevant for farmers trying to manage through the many challenges...

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New Indiana Corn and Soy CEO ‘Seems Like a Pretty Natural...

New Indiana Corn and Soy CEO Seems Like a "Pretty Natural Fit" The Indiana Soybean Alliance, Indiana Corn Growers Association, and Indiana Corn Marketing Council...

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Gov. Holcomb Announces Over $22M for Broadband Expansion in Indiana

Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced $22.1 million in funding for 11 broadband expansion infrastructure projects across the state as a part of the initial...

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Ryan Martin’s Indiana Farm Forecast for August 21, 2019

Click the play button below to hear Ryan Martin’s full Indiana Farm Forecast in the Hoosier Ag Today Morning Edition podcast!

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Commentary: A Matter of Balance

By Gary Truitt In our world of extremes, the concept of balance has been lost. Today, something is either right or wrong, offensive or acceptable....

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Commentary: Administration Unveils New Ag Policy: Kick’em When They’re Down

By Gary Truitt This was not the commentary I was going to write this week. I had one all planned. It was a light-hearted look...