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Make Crop Nutrition Plan Early to Lay Foundation for Success in...

Average corn and soybean yields have been on a steady increase for several yields. As a result of that, the plants take more nutrients...

Planting Corn Through May Still has Solid Yield Potential

If you haven’t planted corn, north central Indiana Pioneer agronomist Brian Early says your yield potential hasn’t fallen off yet. “We’re all kind of seasoned...

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INFB Health Plan Holders See Significant Savings Compared to Previous Coverage

To learn more about the experiences of Hoosiers enrolled in Indiana Farm Bureau Health Plans, Indiana Farm Bureau surveyed plan holders, enrolled as of...

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Uncertain Weather Over the Next 7-10 Days in Indiana

More moisture is on the way in the latest planting weather forecast presented by Seed Genetics Direct: The Eastern Corn Belt’s fastest growing independent...

Policy

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...

HAT Soil Health Podcast

The HAT Soil Health Podcast- So, You Want Me to Change...

In this edition of the HAT Soil Health Podcast presented by the Conservation Cropping Systems Initiative, Hamilton and Tipton County farmer Rodney Rulon and...

Energy

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....

Gary Truitt Commentary

Commentary: Beef- It’s What’s for Dinner, for Now

By Gary Truitt The month of May is National Beef Month; and beef is getting a lot of publicity, but not the kind we need....