Indiana Farm Bureau Vice President Kendell Culp visited Washington, D.C., to testify at a U.S. House Committee on Small Business. He discussed the challenges of operating a small business in rural Indiana.
Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch announced a $898,000 award to expand broadband access to over 200 locations through the Indiana Connectivity Program.
Indiana Farm Bureau hosted nine policy advisory groups in which farmers worked through county policy suggestions.
An auction company that nears its 40th anniversary and has a large audience for its online bidding platform continues to show its support for preserving agriculture’s history.
The massive federal effort to expand internet access to every home in the United States took a major step forward with the announcement of $930 million in grants.
I am a fifth-generation farmer, wife, mother of four young children and vice chair of my county board of supervisors. We farm with our family in southeast Nebraska.
Loading. Loading. Loading. Oh, wait. Disconnected. For many rural residents across the nation, it’s an all too familiar feeling when trying to stream content, check email or upload files.
Indiana Farm Bureau’s priorities for the 2023 Indiana General Assembly will focus on four general topic areas: rural viability, energy policy, taxes and food security.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s 2022 Census of Agriculture is officially underway across the United States and Puerto Rico. It is important for every farmer, rancher and producer to make sure they respond by the deadline on Feb. 6.
The Illinois Soybean Association recently hosted the kickoff meeting of project Broadband Breakthrough.
Recently, the 118th Congress was sworn in. These elected officials, chosen by the American people in November, will spend the next two years debating the issues that matter most to all of us.
The new House majority will keep the focus on farming in the next farm bill, said Republican Rep. Jim Banks.
Rural communities are older, sicker and poorer. “It’s a terrible marketing line … but a great elevator speech when trying to communicate the uniqueness of rural communities,” said Alan Morgan, CEO of the National Rural Health Association.
It is farmers who are making Indiana’s economy tick, said Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch at the Indiana Farm Bureau State Convention. “You’re feeding Hoosiers. You are feeding people in our country and people around the world,” said the state’s secretary of agriculture.
Several studies by reputable psychologists from The University of California, Davis, and University of Miami and University of Pennsylvania, published in a Harvard Health report, found that giving thanks can make you happier.