INDIANAPOLIS — To help farmers understand the new farm bill,
three regional meetings — one in northern Indiana, one in central Indiana and
one in southern Indiana — will be held March 27 and 28.
Sponsored by Indiana Farm Bureau, the meetings will provide
members and other agricultural stakeholders with updates on the Agricultural Act
of 2014 — more informally known as the farm bill — with special focus on the
commodity, livestock, and crop insurance programs.
John Anderson, deputy chief economist at the American Farm
Bureau Federation, and Matt Erickson, economist at the federation, will
Anyone is welcome to attend, but because space is limited,
registration is required. Online registration is available at
www.infb.org/farmbillmeetings. Registration will close at 4:30 p.m. March
For information about the program, contact Kyle Cline, IFB
national policy adviser, at 317-692-7845 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For assistance with registration, contact Wanda Hunter, IFB
administrative assistant, at 317-692-7812 or BJ Fields, IFB administrative
assistant, at 317-692-7834.