A total of 106 Indiana family farms were presented with Hoosier Homestead Awards recognizing their longevity of operation.
Projected improvements in financial performance may be behind the rise in the ag sector’s sentiment about the state of the industry.
High production costs and uncertainty about future economic conditions continue to weigh down the ag sector’s sentiment about the state of the industry.
Rapidly rising production costs is being blamed for the sharp drop in agriculture producers’ perception of current economic conditions.
Nominations are being accepted for the 2022 AgriVision Award, the highest agricultural honor presented by the state.
Rising prices for corn and soybeans provided some boost among farmers about current economic conditions but higher operating costs are a growing concern.
Concerns about how the war in Ukraine will impact crop and livestock prices are among the reasons a Purdue agriculture economic index has fallen.
A family farm Pulaski County and another from La Porte County were among more than 60 presented with a 2022 Hoosier Homestead Award.
Rising production costs are having minimal impact on Purdue University’s monthly survey of how the country’s farmers feel about the state of the ag sector.
The Indiana State Department of Agriculture will begin accepting proposals Feb. 15 for specialty crops that may be eligible for federal grant funds.