Independence Day news
Indiana Farm Bureau announced the winners of the inaugural 2023 INFB Photo Contest. The pictures showcase agriculture and life in rural Indiana.
Our sweet corn season is in full swing. We are selling in Galveston six days a week in addition to the Logansport farmers market. We also sell at the Logansport and Kokomo farmers markets.
I love celebrating the Fourth of July with my family every year. There’s nothing like a good, old-fashioned cookout and fellowship with loved ones.
Independence Day is just around the corner. Celebrating the Fourth of July brings a sense of patriotism and community as people gather to enjoy parades, fireworks and barbecues.
Hello from Graze-N-Grow. As usual, weather takes front page. Our forecasted rain events continue to be non-events.
As Congress and now the Supreme Court stymie the Biden administration’s efforts to curb climate change, one thing the president doesn’t want — sky high gas prices — actually is nibbling away at emissions of heat-trapping gas.
When I think of summer, I think about all the time spent with family and friends around the grill, watching baseball and softball games and cooling off at the lake.
Our weather has turned dry and temperatures are rising, as well. This has taken us from wanting some respite from rain events to hoping for a cooling and invigorating shower.
Don’t you love it when two seasonal treats collide and make the best summer dessert ever? If a s’more and an ice cream sandwich had a baby, it’d be this — a frozen s’more.
It’s time for a sidewalk parade. Whether it’s on the Fourth of July, or anytime all summer long, decorate bikes, trikes, scooters, skates and wagons, wear a funny hat and strike up the band. A couple of families with a few motivated kids is really all it takes to make it happen.
May is National Strawberry month, and on May 21 we celebrate National Strawberries and Cream Day, bringing together two favorites: fresh ripe strawberries and homemade whipped cream.
For more than a century, Farm Bureau has harnessed the energy, innovation and passion of volunteers. In the words of Winston Churchill, “We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.”
Based on the performance of the stock and commodity markets this week coupled with the action and words of the Federal Reserve and a major voice on Wall Street, an inflection point is at hand.