With Indiana farmers looking for ways to improve soil health and water quality in their communities, Indiana’s On-Farm Network is gearing up for 2015 with a new look, new name and new partners. On-Farm Network, a program first developed by the Iowa Soybean Association, debuted in Indiana in 2010. After finding success in several Indiana counties, local ag industry partners adapted the program for Indiana farmers. In early 2015, the program was renamed INfield Advantage, referencing advantages for farmers who are interested in optimizing their inputs and validating their infield management practices.
Indiana Corn Marketing Council, Indiana Soybean Alliance, Indiana State Department of Agriculture, Indiana Association of Soil & Water Conservation Districts, Purdue Extension and the Indiana Conservation Partnership will continue to provide support for this newly renamed program.
For more information, visit www.INfieldAdvantage.org.