A Call to Action for Corn Growers- A Penny Per Bushel...

A Call to Action for Corn Growers- A Penny Per Bushel Just Won't Cut It “The one cent per bushel isn't going to cut it!” That...

Indiana’s Weedy Farm Fields Will Be a Problem

The-problem-with-those-weedy-fieldsMore rain over much of Indiana this week means more muddy fields and more planting delays. But those untouched weeds in so many fields...

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An Even Bigger Challenge for Dicamba: A Wet Spring

An Even Bigger Challenge for Dicamba: A Wet Spring Using dicamba products is a big challenge for growers; but, in a year this this one,...

Market

Planting Forecast Remains Wet Through Early June

Planting Forecast Remains Wet Through Early June HAT Chief Meteorologist Ryan Martin’s latest planting forecast is presented by your Indiana corn and soybean checkoffs and...

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 May 24, 2019

Our forecast is mostly unchanged this morning, as we continue to see way too much moisture around over a large part of the state....

Energy

New Study: Renewable Fuel Standard Saves Consumers 22 Cents on Every...

The Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) has lowered gas prices by an average of 22 cents per gallon in recent years and saved the typical...

Gary Truitt Commentary

Commentary: Are Farmers Losing Patience with Trump?

By Gary Truitt Planting season is usually a time of hope and optimism for farmers. Tilling the soil and planting the seeds generate hopes for...