Agriculture News

Indiana farmers’ crops being hindered by continual rainfall

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — Persistent rainfall this spring has put Indiana farmers well behind schedule in planting their crops. The Tribune-Star reports that U.S....

Farm loan delinquencies highest in 9 years as prices slump

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — The nation's farmers are struggling to pay back loans after years of low crop prices and a backlash from foreign...

Declining coal emissions in Indiana affecting corn crops

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — An Indiana agricultural expert says declining power plant emissions are apparently reducing the amount of an important nutrient corn...

Indiana farmers photo contest accepting submissions

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana State Department of Agriculture says it's accepting submissions for its annual photo contest created to showcase farmers' work and...

Rain, cool weather putting a damper on soybean and corn planting in Indiana

Rain, cool weather putting a damper on soybean and corn planting in Indiana

Indiana cold snap didn't damage many crops, Purdue agricultural experts say

Indiana cold snap didn't damage many crops, Purdue agricultural experts say

9 more Indiana turkey farms infected with bird flu

9 more Indiana turkey farms infected with bird flu

Bird flu at Indiana turkey farm not same as 2015 strain

Bird flu at Indiana turkey farm not same as 2015 strain

Indiana farmland values expected to drop in 2016

Indiana farmland values expected to drop in 2016

Dry fall weather helps Indiana farmers after summer rainfall

Dry fall weather helps Indiana farmers after summer rainfall

Michigan gets nearly $2 million for special crop marketing, research and education

Michigan gets nearly $2 million for special crop marketing, research and education

Flooding losses to corn, soybean crops in Indiana won't be as bad as expected

Flooding losses to corn, soybean crops in Indiana won't be as bad as expected

Right-to-farm laws in Indiana challenged by Hoosier Environmental Council

Right-to-farm laws in Indiana challenged by Hoosier Environmental Council

New corn disease found in Indiana field, scientists say farmers should be on the...

Purdue scientists want farmers to be on the lookout for new corn disease found in Indiana

Tall corn crops pose traffic safety issues as stalks stand up to 12 feet...

Tall corn crops pose traffic safety issues as stalks stand up to 12 feet high

Indiana farmers suffer as farmers in other states have record years

Indiana farmers suffer as farmers in other states have record years

Indiana farmland declines in value across the state

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — A Purdue University survey shows farmland values across Indiana fell in the past year. The Purdue Land Value and...

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